Parenting can be stressful. Add in the complexities of trauma and one cannot be compassionate for others if they don’t take care of themselves. Let’s dive in and see what Sheila Wagler-Mills, TBRI Practitioner, had to say about holistic self-care.
Enjoy this interview-style blog post with Sheila Wagler-Mills, LPCC-S, Regional Program Director for Encompass, TBRI Practitioner and a foster-and-adoptive mom. We asked her a series of questions about parenting with TBRI principles.
For parents of children from hard places, it can be a challenge to balance their child’s needs with their own. Explore how the principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention can also be used for self-care.
The 27th Annual Caring4Kids Golf Classic took place this past week at Hawk’s Nest Golf Club in Creston, Ohio. We are extremely grateful to our players and sponsors for helping to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the youth at CCHO.
Today, we’re starting a blog series to give caregivers support as they raise youth who have experienced trauma. The first post in the series highlights attachment types and their significance when it comes to relationships and parenting.
Join us in celebrating Counseling Awareness Month and the counseling professionals across our family of ministries. We are grateful that our colleagues have chosen a career in empowering others.
Kevin Hewitt, CCHO President and CEO, was recently invited back to The Flourishing Culture podcast to discuss our organization’s journey to Flourishing workplace culture with Al Lopus, CEO of BCWI. Learn how God is developing leaders who look for each other’s highest good.