We are so excited to announce the very first edition of TIPs, Trauma Informed Parents, our new free online magazine. We know many of you will think of yourselves as Therapeutic Parents (like we do), but it’s all interchangeable, so don’t worry.
TIPs is not just another online magazine; it is a transformative platform designed to empower parents and caregivers from all walks of life. Whether you are an Adopter, a Foster Parent, a Kinship Carer/Special Guardian, a Step-parent, or a Bio parent of a neurodiverse child, this magazine has been tailored to meet your unique needs. Also, if you are a professional working in education or social care, you will find an abundance of invaluable resources within these virtual pages.
What sets TIPs apart from other publications is its unwavering commitment to providing practical strategies and real-world insights. We understand that parenting is not just about theoretical concepts and abstract ideas; it is about rolling up our sleeves and diving headfirst into the beautiful messiness of raising children. Therefore, you can rest assured that each article within this magazine is brimming with helpful tips that have been acquired through years of experience and learning, often taught to us by our very own children.
As you embark on this exciting journey with TIPs, we encourage you to approach each article with an open heart and an open mind. Allow yourself to be inspired by the wisdom shared within these pages and let it shape your own unique approach to parenting. The key to growth often lies in embracing new perspectives and constantly evolving our understanding.
So, without further ado, we invite you to delve into the first edition of TIPs, which will leave you feeling empowered, enlightened, and equipped with the tools you need to navigate the intricate tapestry of parenthood. Together, let us embark on this journey towards creating a more nurturing, compassionate, and trauma-informed way of supporting our children.
Click here to access the first magazine and prepare to be amazed.