Below, you’ll find links to view/download any printable resources The Whole House Team has developed. Organizations that would like to print multiple copies can email firstname.lastname@example.org for the PNG files.
“Instead of…” Tips for Kids Who Have Experienced Trauma
Click here to view or download a printable version of this infographic. The first page (or front) lists eight “instead of” tips that teachers and caregivers can use with children who have experienced trauma. The second page (or back) outlines the IDEAL approach created by Dr. Karyn Purvis.
Five Bs Affected by Trauma
Click here to view or download a printable version of this infographic. Science says there are five Bs affected by trauma, and we cannot overlook them. In kids from hard places, behavioral disorders are a symptom of the effect trauma has had on their development.
Negative behaviors will be taken care of once a child is securely attached. To achieve that, we must start with the five Bs and work our way out from there.
Click here to download the printable version of “The Attachment Cycle.”
When this cycle is broken in infancy, the baby is not able to attach to a parent/caregiver and may develop some form of RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder), depending on the severity of the neglect and the extent to which the parent did not respond to the baby’s needs.