Attachment Center of Kansas

Helping Families Build Stronger Connections

Attachment and Trauma Trainings

Psychological Treatment of Children with Trauma-Attachment Problems: Advanced Level

Building the Bonds of Attachment

Dr. Daniel A. Hughes

 

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Training: Intermediate Level

Dr. Arthur Becker-Weidman

 

Assessment and Treatment of Cognitive, Behavioral and Psychosocial Effects of Trauma

Transforming Core Concepts to Innovation in Assessment and Intervention

Dr. Bruce Perry

 

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

TF-CBT: The Cognitive Processing Component

Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Childhood Traumatic Grief

Medical Univ of South Carolina

 

Introductory Theraplay & Marschak Interaction Method

Theraplay Institute 

 

Family Narrative Attachment Therapy

Dr. JoAnn May

 

Theory, Diagnosis and Treatment of Attachment Disorder

Forrest Lien, LCSW

 

Trauma Assessment

Comprehensive Assessment of Complex Trauma

Integrative Treatment of Complex Trauma: Core Principles

Integrative Treatment of Complex Trauma (ITCT): Special Issues for

Children and Youth

John Briere, Ph.D. & Cheryl Lanktree, Ph.D.

 

ARC: Attachment, Self Regulation & Competency: A Framework for Intervention with Complexly Traumatized Youth

The Neurobiology of Complex Trauma

Developmental Impact of Childhood Trauma

Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

                

Psychophysiology of Trauma

Zero to Three: Trauma Intervention

The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children

 

Impact of Trauma in Very Young Children

Trauma’s Impact on Development Across Childhood

Trauma-focused Child-Parent Psychotherapy in Very Young Children

Dr. Alicia Lieberman


Impact of Trauma on Early Brain Development

Complexity of Trauma

Complicating Complex Trauma: A Look at Families Who Experience Chronic Trauma

Treatment Planning for Complex Trauma: Conceptualization and Core Components

Treatment of Childhood Traumatic Grief with Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

Psychological First Aid

Cultural and Contextual Considerations in the Treatment of Childhood Traumatic Grief

Holidays, Celebrations and Traumatically Bereaved Children

National Child Traumatic Stress Network

 

Assessment and Treatment of Traumatic Stress

Mark Lerner, Ph.D.

                                                                   

Stimulating Brain Development in Children

Dr. Elizabeth Randolph

                                          

Helping Adult and Child Survivors of Sexual Abuse

Medical Educational Services

 

When Love Is Not Enough

Attachment Workshop

Nancy Thomas

 

Re-parenting 23/7

Connection Resources

 

Sensory Integration Dysfunction

Diane Overstreet, OTR/L

 

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Facts

  • Children and youth suffer more victimization than do adults in virtually every category,with the exception of homicide.  
  • Approximately 25% to 30% of all children in the US will experience a traumatic event by age 16 years.
  • In 2008, over 772,000 children experienced neglect and/or physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse with children in the age group of birth to 7 being at the highest risk.  
  • Approximately 40% of children in the general population and up to 80% of children in fostercare and adoption have an unhealthy attachment style.      
  • One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday.  29% of female rape victims in America were younger than eleven when they were raped.