We feel it is important to tell the Truth about childhood abuse and trauma. This Branch focuses mainly on prevention, providing education, awareness and information of abuse and trauma to the public. We present to the following organizations:
- Church organizations
- First Responders
We feel it is important to share the Truth with therapists and agencies throughout the world. We believe that information and training lasts a lifetime. Our model is to be an information hub, not a brick and mortar facility. Thus was the inception of our:
I.M.T.T. – International Mobile Trauma Teams.
Children’s Truth Foundation provides healing to children throughout the world and here at home by implementing our International Mobile Trauma Team. Our IMT Team partners and trains qualified organizations locally and in countries throughout the world to bring trauma recovery to children in their care who have suffered trauma and abuse.
Our Clinical Board has developed our program based on evidence-based best practices that include cultural adaptations. Our IMT team takes our program and trains local counselors to deliver evidence based interventions to children in their own agencies or facilities. We believe that training people of the same culture and language to deliver recovery and healing is the best approach for long-term healing for these children.
We believe in sharing the Truth about trauma with others to help them find healing and their individual Truth.
This pillar is two-fold:
- Referrals – we have vetted out local mental health agencies that specialize in childhood trauma and that practice evidence based interventions listed below. We have also negotiated a discounted rate with these agencies.
- Scholarships – for those who cannot afford to pay for services, we have set up a scholarship fund to insure that each child receives a full continuum of care with our certified agencies.
In this Branch, we provide referral to local therapists who specialize in childhood trauma issues and provide solutions such as:
- Initial Assessment
- Attachment issues.
- Play Therapy.
- Shame resiliency
- Trauma based clinical interventions
- Experiential therapy.