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Hope for the Journey Conference

2024 Hope for the Journey Hosts and Teaching Sessions Speakers

Mary Beth Chapman Steven Curtis Chapman

Show Hope’s fourth annual Hope for the Journey Conference will be available for viewing April 5, 2024, with on-demand viewing period June 30, 2024. With registration options available for Churches/Organizations as well as Individuals/Households, the conference encourages and resources parents, caregivers, and families meeting the needs of children entrusted to them through adoption and/or foster…

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Setting Up Your Children for Success

Setting up your children for success

The following is an excerpt from “Created to Connect: A Christian’s Guide to the Connected Child.” Created by Dr. Karyn Purvis with Michael and Amy Monroe, “Created to Connect” serves as a dynamic resource for those looking to draw helpful, encouraging parallels between the Christian faith and the foundational teachings of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®).…

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How to Help Calm Your Dysregulated Child or Teen

How to Help Calm Your Dysregulated Child or Teen

In our roles as parents and/or caregivers, we have all experienced moments when our children and/or teens find themselves in states of dysregulation or distress. In some instances, those states of dysregulation or distress involve no threat of danger or harm, but we must be clear-eyed to the fact that some moments could prove otherwise.…

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Incorporating TBRI® in the Classroom

Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI) is designed to meet the relational and developmental needs of children and teens impacted by trauma as well as the needs of the parents and caregivers who are seeking to help them thrive and flourish. TBRI considers the whole child—his or her brain, biology, behavior, body, and beliefs—and provides parents and…

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The Knowledge Barrier to Adoption

Many individuals who have the ability to make a difference in the lives of waiting children do not take action simply because they are unaware of the needs or don’t know where to begin.  For us at Show Hope, we see this knowledge gap as a barrier to adoption, and there are three specific ways…

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TBRI® Correcting Principles: Understanding The IDEAL Response

Correcting Principles

Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI) is a care model designed to help meet relational and developmental needs of children and youth impacted by trauma. TBRI considers the whole child—his or her brain, biology, behavior, body, and beliefs—and provides parents and caregivers with practical tools and insight to help their child(ren) reach his or her highest potential.…

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The Carver Family

The Carver Family

At our annual Hope for the Journey Conference, we introduced you to the Carvers—one of thousands of families transformed by Show Hope and our investment in trauma-informed care, including Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) and its principles. This Christmas, we have strategically planned to raise $600,000 for the continuing impact of our work, yet we cannot…

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An Introduction to Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®)

Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) is a care model designed to help meet relational and developmental needs of children and youth impacted by trauma. TBRI considers the whole child—his or her brain, biology, behavior, body, and beliefs—and provides parents and caregivers with practical tools and insight to help their child(ren) reach his or her highest potential.…

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Created to Connect: Learning to Trust and Let Go of Fear

The following is an excerpt from “Created to Connect: A Christian’s Guide to the Connected Child.” From Dr. Karyn Purvis with Michael and Amy Monroe, “Created to Connect” serves as a dynamic resource for those looking to draw helpful, encouraging parallels between the Christian faith and the foundational teachings of Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®). What…

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Better Together: How Caring Well for a Child Includes Community

There’s a reason the phrase It takes a village is a popular one among parents and caregivers. Whether the road has led you to adoption and/or foster care, it is important to remember that your journey is not meant to be traveled alone. No matter how much experience you have or how much knowledge you…

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