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4 Sparking weeks for ATN!

ATN is the chosen non-profit to help celebrate “4 weeks of Sparking” with Epiphany, the creative consultants who have long helped with ATN’s website, social media, branding and other communications needs.

Let’s Spark An Epiphany!

50 Weeks of Sparking is a year-long campaign to celebrate Epiphany’s CEO,

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NOW ACCEPTING WORKSHOP PROPOSALS THROUGH JUNE 30, 2020

ATN Creating Trauma Sensitive Schools Conference

Calling all trauma-informed educators and community leaders interested in presenting at the 4th annual Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference, currently scheduled for February 14-16, 2021 in Atlanta, GA.  This conference hosts over 1700 teachers, counselors, administrators, parents and child advocates from across the United States – the largest gathering of trauma-informed educators in the world!

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Listen to Your NonProfit Life Podcast

Supporting Parents Remotely Since 1995

Julie Beem, ATN’s Executive Director was the featured non-profit leader of Episode 9 of Your NonProfit Life. Listen in to hear how ATN has survived, evolved, and ultimately thrived these past 25 years, and why Julie takes this “work of the heart” so seriously.

My guest’s life changed completely when she and her husband,

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Grants to fund Online Directory & Parenting Resources

The Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc. (ATN) is honored to receive a grant through the Conrad N. Hilton foundation for improving and developing resources for children and families impacted by early childhood trauma.  The $250,000 grant will be focused on accomplishing two things in 2020:

  1. The development of a comprehensive,

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Trauma-Informed Resources Available During COVID-19 Quarantine

ATN knows that the social distancing going on now can be VERY unsettling for our children impacted by trauma.  Their early adversities cause them heightened anxiety when there are changes and when the adults in their world seem tense.  Yet, we also have opportunities to increase connection, enhance our relationship with our children and model how to stay regulated when things are not “normal”.

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Rupture and Repair: Emotions, Attunement, and Attachment

“Why do some children become sad, withdrawn, insecure, or angry, whereas others become happy, curious, affectionate, and self-confident?” developmental psychologist Edward Tronick, Ph.D. asked in a 1989 paper called “Emotions and Emotional Communication in Infants.” The answer lies in large part with the quality of emotional communication,

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