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The children and adults we work with have often lost a sense of their place in the world, and their notion of future is stalled somewhere in the present. Our goal is to help them create a durable sense of family, home and community and, in so doing, prepare them for a more promising future.

Our work is driven by the conviction that trauma is a pervasive and widespread phenomenon that impacts us all – throwing barriers and roadblocks into the way of healthy human development. In the case of extreme or ongoing trauma the impact can be devastating. Essentially, our work is about helping others overcome and recover from deep complex trauma. 

We approach our work with open-minded humility; an awareness that as our understanding human development deepens, so too standards of care will evolve and improve. We want always to be at the forefront of open-minded thinking and practice.