We're The
About
Child Trauma Foundation

We educate mental health professionals and communities on multi-modal therapies that help children and families heal from trauma. 

We're The
About Child Trauma Foundation

We educate mental health professionals and communities on multi-modal therapies that help children and families heal from trauma. 

 

What We Do

Offer Trainings and Workshops

Our trainers, presenters, and workshop leaders speak around the world, and receive positive reviews, whether the topic is child trauma & prevention, issues of attachment, foster care, adoption, parenting, or effects on communities.

Conduct Research

We help to determine what types of education really work in bringing positive change that betters the lives of children, families, and our communities at large.

Share Resources

There are good people and organizations doing good work and we identify, screen and share what is among the best of what is happening in the fields of child trauma and attachment.

 

New Article by About Child Trauma

in Fostering Families Magazine

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) shows up often with children who experience early trauma. Learn about this destructive but treatable disorder, the behaviors associated with it, and what to do if you think your child might have it, in this article which appears in the September issue of Fostering Families Today magazine.

 

A young adult and her Mom share their experience and how very far they have come -- it's educational and inspiring.

 

ACTWell For Families

We are the parent organization to ACTWell for Families, which creates and sells products and
programs that better the lives of families and children, with or without therapeutic intervention, and which teach others how to address across the spectrum of communities everywhere the pandemic of child trauma.

Our Clients and Partners

 

Our Mission

The mission of the About Child Trauma Foundation is to conduct research, provide education and resources, and increase awareness regarding early developmental trauma. 

 

© About Child Trauma 2018

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