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Trust-Based Relational Intervention: A Disruptive Innovation for Complex Trauma

  • 12 May 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC-04:00)
  • MET 109-111
  • 28


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A Disruptive Innovation for Complex Trauma 

David Cross, Ph.D.

Rees-Jones Director of TCU's Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development 

TBRI is an attachment-based, evidence-based, whole-child approach to intervening with children and adolescents who have experienced complex (relational) trauma.

TBRI® is being implemented in a variety of settings, including adoptive and foster homes, residential settings, schools, and clinical settings.  In the words of our founder, Dr. Karyn Purvis, the mission of the ICD is to bring TBRI and healing to “all of the world’s children” - in order to bring this vision to life we at the ICD have set the goal of having partners in 25 states and 25 countries by 2025, and we are already over half way there.  If one steps back and looks at the work of the ICD over the past ten years, it becomes apparent that TBRI® is what Chorpita and others have called a “disruptive innovation” in the field of children’s mental health.

Fort Worth Area Psychological Association


P.O. Box 471432

Fort Worth, Tx 76147


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