Hope for Healing – Parent Training Series (4 Part Series)


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

Intermediate OT Attachment and Trauma Certification – Session 1 of 4


Build your expertise in pediatric trauma and attachment Child abuse and trauma in the U.S. and globally is on the rise, and so is the need for highly skilled Occupational Therapists (OTs) who are trained to effectively treat a child living with the after-effects of trauma, violence, or neglect. The Intermediate OT Attachment and Trauma-Focused

Building a Healthy Racial Identity in Children and Youth


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

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