Volunteers and Staff
Finding Inspiration in Every Family
What is TBRI?
For someone who is brand new to TBRI, this is the perfect place to start. This short video (just over 3 minutes!) gives a broad overview of how trauma affects the brain and alters the ability for children to learn and develop in optimal ways.
Staff & Volunteer Roles at Camp
Assigned as the primary support for a child participating in activities. Trauma-informed but ideally Caregiver trained.
Leads a Specialty Group Activity, ideally Caregiver trained. Options are Nurture Group. Crash & Bump, Mindful Movement, LifeSkills, Art, Sensory, and Voice
Assigned to set up and clean up areas such as activity and meal spaces. No prior experience is needed. Instructions and maps are provided.
Assigned to take and print photographs during all activities. Equipment and supplies provided. No prior experience is needed.
Assigned to observe the children within a family unit to provide insight and support to their caregiver. MUST be a TBRI Practitioner or experienced in TBRI Implementation.
Triage Team Member
Assigned to assist with dysregulated youth. MUST be a TBRI Practitioner or experienced in TBRI de-escalation of high level 3 & 4 behaviors.