Texarkana, Texas 2021-01-12 20:07:27 –
Texarkana, Ark (KTAL / KMSS) – For one Secretary-General, Angela Koston is helping a family with foster children with Ark Latex.
Since the pandemic, she has helped her family learn how to deal with trauma in a program now known as trust-based relationship intervention, also known as TBRI.
“Parents can help at home, but unless they help at school, help at church, and feel love and compassion wherever they go, then they will not be completely healed, and this cycle of abuse and neglect continues. Probably, “Koston said.
As an advocate for children, Koston says the TBRI class helped build a better relationship with her own foster child.
“We have connected with him, empowered his body, and corrected him in his affectionate and gentle manner,” Koston said.
Koston says that by connecting, empowering, and fixing, you can heal broken relationships.
“You have to start by understanding your attachment style, why look at your childhood. Why do you do what you do, why you tell your parents your way. Will it be? “Koston said.
Sake of One offers classes to parents for a fee of $ 20.
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