Training and Groups

 

Classes, Parenting Classes, Trainings & Support Groups

A New Beginning Wellness Center’s team is in the process of designing curriculum to meet the needs of local professionals and students.  Thank you for your patience.

If you are a professional and would like us to address a specific topic to fulfill your annual CEU requirements, please email becky@anbwellnesscenter.org.

RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) Support Group ONLINE
Become part of the online community of families with children who suffer from RAD

Raising a child with attachment struggles can be daunting and feels isolating at times. Please join us for friendship and support!! This online group is for families who have adopted a child with RAD, are fostering and in the process of adopting a child with RAD or have biological children who suffer from RAD. Childcare will not be available and the class is designed for the caregivers/adults.

What is RAD? Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) is a condition in which your child is unable to establish healthy attachment with you, their parent or primary caretaker. … A child with an attachment disorder feels unsafe and alone.

Facilitated by Becky Marquez, adoptive mom, licensed counselor and certified TBRI practitioner; and Shannon Foust, adoptive mom and mentor. Both of your facilitators are professionals and mother’s to children with RAD.

To join, click here.

DATE:  November 23, 2019
An Introduction to TBRI – Trust-based relational intervention
Instructor: Becky Marquez, LPC, MFTI, TBRI Practitioner
9 am – 4 pm
$30 per person / $50 per couple
Reserve your seat here –  Register

DATE:  Jan. 11, 2019
An Introduction to TBRI – Trust-based relational intervention
Instructor: Becky Marquez, LPC, MFTI, TBRI Practitioner
9 am – 4 pm
$30 per person / $50 per couple
Reserve your seat here –  Register

What is Trauma?
Individual trauma results from an event, series of events, or set of circumstances experienced by an individual as physically, emotionally harmful or life-threatening with lasting adverse effects on the individual’s functioning and mental, physical, social, emotional, or spiritual well-being. Trauma can also happen in utero. Trauma can change the brain and how individuals process situations.

Parenting children who have experienced trauma isn’t easy. It requires some understanding of how trauma effects the brain, strategies to support the child and effective discipline as well as a strong support system for the parents. You’re invited to join us the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10 am – 11 am with other families who are parenting children with trauma and Becky Marquez, LPC who is a trauma-based counselor and TBRI practitioner.

Second Tuesday of the month
This group is for parents/caregives of children with trauma.
Pre-register at
admin@adoptanewbeginning.org or 939-3865