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Albert Trieschman, James Whittaker, & Larry Brendtro Recent research on trauma shows that, while therapy is valuable, lasting resilience and healing usually occurs in the natural relationships in the child’s life space of the other 23 hours. This is a classic book in the literature on child and youth care and has been widely translated and has inspired many subsequent books based on the power of relationships in building resilience and healing.
by Larry K. Brendtro & Scott J. Larson With support from adults who believe in their possibilities, youth can experience restorative relationships, discover hidden talents, solve problems creatively, and find a sense of meaning and fulfillment in their lives. This book was an INDIES Award Finalist in Education.
by Howard Bath & John Seita The Three Pillars stresses the importance of supportive and informed interactions in the lifespace, i.e., where young people live, study, work, and play. The authors explore the three core trauma-related needs of vulnerable young people: Safety, Connections, and Coping.
Larry K. Brendtro & Mary Shahbazian Troubled Children and Youth is the most comprehensive application of Circle of Courage principles to strength-based treatment and alternative education for young people in emotional and behavioral conflict.
Stan Davis & Charisse L. Nixon This landmark book used the real experts on bullying as 13,000 students shared what was most helpful for mistreated youth. Youth Voice Project offers research-based, practical techniques for reducing harm from bullying, building positive schoolwide norms, and increasing kind behavior among peers.