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Understanding TBRI® Connecting Principles Plus Tips for Connecting With Teens

We were made for relationships, and the fundamental one in a child’s life is family. Children need to know that they are safe, secured, valued, and loved, yet key developmental and relational needs are oftentimes overlooked with traditional parenting models. The truth is, connection builds trust, and trust builds healthy relationships. Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI)…

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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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Engaging the Church in 2022 + Beyond

Engaging the Church in 2022 + Beyond

For nearly 20 years, Show Hope has sought to care for orphans by engaging the Church and reducing barriers to adoption. It’s a vision set forth by our Founders, Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman, and still today, guided by them. Over the past two years, in particular, Show Hope has revisited and reexamined our…

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and TBRI

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and TBRI

Adverse Childhood Experiences—or more commonly known as ACEs—are traumatic events that occur in a child or teenager’s life before the age of 18. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), “ACEs are linked to chronic health problems, mental illness, and substance use problems in adolescence and adulthood. ACEs can also negatively impact education, job…

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Journeying Together

Rees Greenman and his family

Rees Greenman, the program director of Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home’s (TBCH) Brentwood Residential Campus, has seen the vital, practical impact of Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) firsthand. He’s stood in rooms with children who have experienced relational trauma, who are struggling to regulate their emotions and reconcile their experiences, and he’s employed TBRI tactics to de-escalate…

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Hope for Ukraine

Ukraine

Since late February, Show Hope—our staff, supporters, and donors—has joined much of the world in fervent prayer over the war in Ukraine. We have watched in sorrow and horror as the lives of the innocent and vulnerable have been taken and threatened, and while the Ukrainian government and people have stood strong in unity, the…

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Understanding The Gospel and TBRI®

The Gospel and TBRI®

God created us to be in relationship—at peace within ourselves, with him, and with others. And yet, with the fall of mankind into sin, we now experience the pain of broken relationships and the vulnerability of isolation. This is the painful reality for many children who have been impacted by abuse, trauma, loss, and/or neglect. …

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Understanding TBRI® Correcting Principles

Understanding TBRI 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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Understanding TBRI® Connecting Principles

Understanding TBRI Connecting 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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I Get It Now

The Magness Family | An image of a mother and father holding hands and walking with their two young boys in a park.

I came to Show Hope, a little more than three years ago, to serve as the Director of Communications. At the time, I was a little “green,” but I had a desire and humility to learn and grow. Yet I was a skeptic too.  In those first couple of months, we were planning for Show…

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