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How does TBRI help at TBCH?

Written by Wesley Straw, TBCH Case Worker Developed by the TCU Institute of Child Development, Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) has been shown to be effective in working with children who have experienced complex trauma during their early years. TBRI®...

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Express Yourself

Through our trauma-informed approach, the programs at TBCH are designed to promote healing and strengthen relationships in the lives of both the single mothers and the children we serve. Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, we are able to offer therapeutic...

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A Night to Remember

Once a month, we host a dinner for all of our single moms in the Independent Living program who are transitioning into the next chapter of their family’s lives. Many of these amazing women have already overcome so much and are now working toward their degrees and...

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Dell OEM Back-to-School Celebration

For more than 10 years, Dell’s Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) team has faithfully provided those in our Family Care Program with a Christmas party and gifts in December, but for the past few years they have also thrown the kids in our Campus Life Program a...

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Boutique Birthday Bash

We recently celebrated the first birthday of our Boutique! The Boutique at TBCH was established in order to provide a place where the children and families we serve could shop for clothes, shoes, and accessories – all free of charge. The Boutique has everything you...

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A Shopping Spree to Remember

This time of year is a flurry of school supply lists and back to school shopping for most kids and families. Recently, the children we serve at TBCH were given the chance to go on a shopping spree for new clothes for school, as well as for the upcoming Back to School...

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What is TBRI? | Part 4: The Correcting Principles

TBRI® Correcting Principles aim to address a child’s behavioral issues in a positive way. Two important principles in the correcting component are proactive and responsive behavioral strategies. In proactive strategies, we focus on putting the child on the right path...

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What is TBRI? | Part 3: The Empowering Principles

Through TBRI®’s Empowering Principles, we are able to address a child’s physical needs by concentrating on their safety and health. Many of the clients we serve come to us from traumatic situations and our priority is to provide them with a feeling of “felt safety.”...

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