Educating Traumatized Children Summit 2017

Thank you for making this another educational success! The Summit has ended but every interview is available in our store.  The Educating Traumatized Children Summit is full of audio interviews of the best and brightest in the Trauma-Sensitive Schools movement.  You will NOT want to miss the 18 interviews of expert educators in the field

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#GivingTuesday 2014

Join the Attachment & Trauma Network on  Tuesday, Dec 2,  as we become one of over 10,000 non-profits in this celebration of global generosity.  After Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes Giving Tuesday – a chance to give to causes that are really making a difference. What can you give ATN on #GivingTuesday? Give your

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My Name is Faith – Atlanta June 19, 2014

  Celebrate National Attachment Trauma Awareness Day (NATA Day) at the Atlanta Premiere of My Name is Faith June 19, 2014 @ 7:00 pm  Midtown Art Cinema 931 Monroe Drive, NE Atlanta, GA  30308 Meet Faith, a 13-year-old girl who suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). This powerful, and

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2014 ATN Education Summit Speaker Information and Resources

            The Role of School Counselors in Trauma Sensitive Schools Jen Alexander, MA, Nationally Certified School Counselor Interviewer: Julie Beem, ATN Executive Director   School Counselors are often the first or only counseling professional many traumatized children meet. It’s important that school counselors understand what trauma can look like in

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Attachment Cycle Charts

     Download these Attachment Cycle Charts, one showing the healthy infant bonding cycle and one showing how that can be disrupted.  To learn more about these cycles in detail, check out our Essential Conversations Webinar Series.

The Dark Matter of Love

Masha, an eleven year old Russian girl, learns to love her adoptive American family through a scientific intervention. Professor Emeritus Dr Robert Marvin has spent a lifetime developing a program to help children learn to love. His framework draws on experiments on monkeys, birds and human children. Not yet available on DVD, this film can

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The Boarder

Inspired by true-life events, this is the sobering story of the Williams family and their process of coping with an adopted child suffering from Reactive Attachment Disorder. Order DVD here

My Name is Faith

Meet Faith, a 13-year-old girl who suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). This powerful and at times very distressing film follows Faith as she attempts to heal from the trauma inflicted by her birth-mother’s lifestyle and begins to develop trust for her new adoptive parents. Pre-order DVD here Attend

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The Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN) is dedicated to providing traumatized children and their families with information about the resources available to help them on their road to healing. Coming soon books authored by ATN members. Below is a list of books.  If you purchase on Amazon they will give back to ATN. Books about

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Educating Traumatized Children Summit 2014

Our Summit was a huge success! Recordings & Transcripts Available Order Summit Recordings, Transcripts, and Continuing Ed Packages through our STORE. In October 2014, ATN aired 23 interviews over 11 days to exploring the topic of Trauma Sensitive Schools and how to help traumatized children success in schools.  Teachers, therapists, administrators and parents have all

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