The HALO Project is a 10-week intensive therapy for foster and adoptive children and families struggling with attachment and the impacts of childhood trauma. We offer age-specific sessions for children ages 3-7, 8-12 and 13-18, with each program tailored to meet the developmental and emotional needs of children in that age group. The program relies heavily on the principles of Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®), an evidence-based intervention developed at the Karyn Purvis Institute for Child Development at Texas Christian University.
The HALO Project 10-week program includes:
We also offer Making Sense of Your Worth, an 8-week program and support group for teens. Self-Worth is the foundation of who we are as human beings and it plays an important role in every decision we make and in every relationship we have. Experiences from our past can negatively impact how we see ourselves. The Making Sense of Your Worth eight- week program is designed to help teens understand and heal from their past, so they can build a life-long foundation of positive self-worth and secure attachments.
We are currently accepting applications for our HALO Project for children ages 8-12 in Souderton, PA . Weekly sessions meet at Emmanuel Lutheran Church and begin on 9/13/21 and run through 11/22/21 (no class on 10/18/21).
We are also accepting applications for our Making Sense of Your Worth 8-week program for teens as well as upcoming HALO Project sessions for children ages 3-7 and teens at both our Allentown, PA and Souderton, PA locations, dates to be announced.
Click below for more information on applying to The HALO Project: