A Journey To Rebuild Trust

A Journey To Rebuild Trust

In March, we have the opportunity to work alongside Houston First Baptist Church in their ministry in Guatemala.  During that time I heard an amazing story from one of the country’s leading adoption advocates and adoptive mom.  She shares her amazing heartfelt...
June’s Trauma Competent Principle of the Month

June’s Trauma Competent Principle of the Month

In the midst of behavior meltdowns when our children are in a real mess, it is hard to sometimes remember that they truly are precious. What we are dealing with is not who they are, but what has happened to them.  ...
TOUCH HUNGER:  Understanding a Child/Teen’s Inappropriate Boundaries

TOUCH HUNGER: Understanding a Child/Teen’s Inappropriate Boundaries

An Interview with Deborah Gray MPA, LICSW By Jayne Schooler               Do you know children who seek inappropriate hugs? Do you know children who cannot respect personal space? Do you know children who always crowd in close while sitting? All too common a problem –...
Website Resource List for Trauma Competent Caregiving

Website Resource List for Trauma Competent Caregiving

  Looking for more resources for understanding the impact of trauma on children?   Here is a recent list of things I am gathering for inclusion in our Back2Back Trauma Competent Caregiving training. Just click on the link below and the links that appear will take you...
Helping Mission Guests Say Goodbye Well

Helping Mission Guests Say Goodbye Well

by Jenna Schroeder, Staff at Back2Back Ministries NOTE: One important aspect of growing trauma competent ministry sites is including the training and support of mission team guests. In the article below, we address a crucial need.  When I went on my first mission trip...