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Restored - These seven brief videos have been made to educate, inspire, and equip with tools for practical change! Great for sharing during church services or other event programming. Produced in partnership with the Health Ministries Department of the Seveth-day Adventist North American Division.
Shifting our Lens: Practical Trauma-informed Approaches for Educators- The Journal of Adventist Education
REGISTER HERE for one of the live 90-minute webinars listed below.
Each webinar is $30/individual or $120/school.
Electronic Certificate(s) of Completion to use toward professional development are included in the price.
Please note that registration closes at midnight the day prior to the webinar.
*All times listed are Eastern Standard Time.
TBRI Caregiver Training:
or the 3rd year in a row, The Center for Trauma Education and Care will be offering campus and community members the opportunity to participate in Trust-based Relational Intervention Caregiver Training. TBRI is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children, in various settings. While the intervention is based on years of attachment, sensory processing, and neuroscience research, the heartbeat of TBRI® is Connection.
Scheduled for 3-Fridays: February 2, 9 & 23, 2024.
Each session runs from 8:30am-4:30pm EST and will take place in the Griggs Hall, B-Wing Council Chamber, located at the front of campus.
Contact us for more information or to reserve your spot, 269-471-3559 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dustin Young, Trauma Ed Center Staff, Partners with Adventist Information Ministry to Create a New Suicide Prevention Course.
During the 2022–2023 school year, two of our interns, Naissa N’diaye and Maci Chen, supported the Bourj Hammoud Adventist Learning Center (ALC) in Beirut, Lebanon, who work with Syrian refugee children.
Page 6: Safeguarding Our Children from Abuse by David Sedlacek
Page 23: Andrews University's Institute for Prevention of Addictions(IPA) and International Cent for Trauma Education & Care now share a combined location-Shalom House.
David and Beverly Sedlacek's “Cleansing the Sanctuary of the Heart: Tools for Emotional Healing” will be displayed at the Hong Kong Book Fair
Page 7: Co-curricular short course on Understanding Trauma, presented by Emma Vanderwaal
Page 20: Trauma-informed Academic Partnership
Pge 34: Partnering with Kevin Brown, Assistant to the President for Strategic Enterprise
Message of Restoration Permeates Trauma Training at Andrews University. - Program is an attachment-based intervention designed to meet the needs of vulnerable children.
Use this link to hear Erick share his testimony about the importance of trauma awareness in the church.
Training pastors and church leadership in faith-based trauma-informed practices helps them in responding to the needs of the congregation and community by integrating this knowledge into the planning of ministries, policies, and stewardship of the church's resources.
Social Work students get plenty of experience as they provide training.
"The opportunity to bring awareness and empower people to heal from their trauma is both a privilege and a responsibility." Joanna Rivera
"Jesus is in the business of bringing people restoration. If I can have any part in His ministry of healing, I consider that an honor." Katelyn Campbell
Are you interested in having a member of our team speak to your group, organization or at an event?
Then use this short form to submit a request.
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