In partnering with Trauma Free World, your team is making a commitment to become trauma-informed. Congratulations on the bold step! Practicing trauma-informed care can help you build better connections and have a more positive impact on the lives of the children and families you serve.
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Thank you for being part of a community working to reduce the epidemic of childhood trauma and helping children everywhere heal.
A Special Message from Hephzibah62:4:
And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight… Philippians 1:9 NIV
Hephzibah62:4 is a subsidiary of The Wesleyan Church committed to equipping and mobilizing local Wesleyan churches to transform the lives of vulnerable children. We are convinced that trauma-informed care is a crucial part of holistic discipleship and are excited to introduce your church to this quality training from a biblical worldview, to assist your team in engaging most effectively with children and adults.
1 Billion children experience trauma. It’s a global epidemic. We’re on a mission to change that.
Childhood trauma is a predictor of serious problems that can last a lifetime. Trauma impacts everything – brain development, biology, behavior, and belief systems. Kids who experience trauma not only have difficult childhoods; they are also more likely to experience poverty, depression, alcoholism and drug use, learning problems, and much more likely to attempt suicide.
The good news? Child development experts have found that changing a child’s future is possible with specific interventions known as trauma-informed care. Our goal is to bring world-class training out of university classrooms and make it accessible to all adults. It’s a fact, when adults provide trauma-informed care, children heal.
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