TBRI® Training FAQs


I'm not yet certified as an LFSRM foster parent, but am in the pre-certification process, may I still attend?

Yes. Please note this training is NOT a substitute for the State required 27 hours of specific pre-certification training. This also does not apply to future training hours needed to maintain foster home certification if you are not currently certified.

Is childcare provided?

We are unable to provide childcare. If this is a barrier for attendance, please speak to your case manager about strategies.

Is lunch provided during the in-person segment?

Yes, boxed lunches, snacks and water will be provided.

What if it isn't feasible for me to attend the in-person sections?

Talk to your case manager or LFSRM licensing contact to brainstorm on barriers and then we can see if there is a way for us to make accommodations so you are able to attend.

What if I have attended module 1 or 2 of TBRI®, do I have to attend all the sessions?

If you have already completed some of the TBRI® modules, let your case manager know and they will contact the TBRI® Practitioner to let them know you will be attending the sessions you need to complete. Please note, if you have attended other modules aprt from LFSRM, you will need to show proof of attendance.

May I skip a day?

The modules are taught in a sequential manner and must be taken in sequence. Once you miss a part, you cannot take the subsequent parts until the missed section is completed.

How many training hours will I get for this?

Each module is worth 6 training credits and there are four modules covered for this time period totally 24 training credits.

What if I registered and something comes up and I need to cancel?

Please contact your case manager or licensing contact and let them know you need to cancel.

Space is limited. Deadline to register is April 5, 2024.

Our goal is to provide TBRI® training and on-going coaching to foster families to help them create an environment of physical, social, and psychological safety and learn proactive strategies for behavioral change that can be used in day-to-day situations. Additionally, our Clinical team is here to support families by providing on-going services, consultations on parenting, and supplemental education on different issues.

If you are an LFSRM Foster Parent and would like more information on this training, please send us an email.

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