Is focusing on youth and children services, rather than family stability, underserving the very children we hope to help and support?
It is true we grow from meeting the challenge and many live for the adventure that accompanies change, but there are those who are quickly overwhelmed when their expectations are met with surprise.
If you want to truly help others grow and change, ditch the traditional deficit-based approach in favor of the salutogenic asset-based approach.
No longer are clients seen as broken people who need to be fixed. Instead, they are viewed as whole people who have the ability to heal and grow. This positive, strengths-based perspective is transforming the field of counseling and changing lives in the process.
Only through a trauma-informed awareness and approach will we be equipped to build towards resiliency and find our way in becoming the person we want to be.
Building toward resiliency takes courage. Facing fear does not mean the fear goes away, rather it means we use courage to inform our fears that they are not in charge.
The goal of treatment should be increasing capacity and transformation, not simply recovery.
Dr. Rhoton has been inspiring students around the globe for years with his easy-to-grasp way of teaching and his memorable and highly quotable quick takes.
Please enjoy a selection of photos of Dr. Rhoton Teaching in Singapore!
Please enjoy a selection of photos of Dr. Rhoton teaching in Pakistan!
Learn how to become more resilient. Become a little bit tougher, a little bit wiser, and a little bit more prepared for whatever life has in store!
Celebrate Juneteenth by becoming more informed about bias and historical trauma. Becoming more trauma-informed will help to spread compassion for others and empower the work that remains to be done for racial justice and equity.
We are all motivated by different things. Often people with complex or chronic trauma histories are frequently motivated to avoid negative thoughts, emotions, or consequences.
Trauma Release and Wellness Center with Arizona Trauma Institute presents 3 International Training Opportunities! | July 2022
Developmental trauma is one of the most common forms of complex trauma. It has the tendency to complicate growth and emotional maturity.