May is National Foster Care Month, ATTACh appreciates foster parents across the nation. Foster care intends to provide a safe environment for children and youth who temporarily cannot live with their families. ATTACh provides supportive care, education, and training to parents/caregivers and professionals who provide care to children and youth with trauma and attachment disorders.
Here in a single accessible guide, is a comprehensive go-to resource on the foundational principles and treatment guidelines for doing attachment therapy. Based on the work of the Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh), a leading organization on attachment in child development, it provides all the nuts and bolts a
This May, in observance of Mental Health Month and Foster Care Awareness Month, the Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh) and the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin presents, “BUILDING HEALTHY RACIAL IDENTITY IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH.” This national, online discussion is the second in
Why Do Children Act Like This? Learn to improve the well-being and lives of children and families. This in-depth attachment training series for parents provides evidence-based insight for those struggling with problem behaviors. With humor, grace, and researched neuroscience, instructor ATTACh Executive Director Mary M. McGowan will help bring hope for healing to the children and youth in your care. In this virtual course, you’ll learn about adult and child