your family & healing for your children.
Fostering begins with a big heart, but it can be overwhelming. When stressful behaviors emerge in children, foster parents may find themselves wanting to give up. Chosen is here to help you persevere with foster care services.
Trauma occurs when a child is separated from their birth parents. Adoptive parents may struggle with addressing trauma and attaching to a child who has gone through adoption. Chosen can help you find connection and healing.
Birth parents who are reunified with their children are trying their best to reconnect with their children and stabilize their homes. Chosen gives reunified families the tools they need to heal together.
Often, kinship caregivers do not expect to be in this position. When a grandparent or extended family member welcomes a child into their home, Chosen provides resources to help navigate the situation.
Let Chosen help you and your family find hope & healing.
You are not alone! Contact us today.
Chosen’s team of licensed, trauma-informed practitioners do whatever it takes to bring hope, help, and healing to families impacted by the child welfare system. Our team is ready to walk alongside you with our proven, customizable Model of Care. If your family needs foster care services, we are here to help with compassion fatigue, guidance after an adoption, or other needs.
We’ve been where you are. Your matched care manager will hear you with compassion and without judgment. With decades of lived experience and best-in-class trauma-informed training, we will walk alongside you and set your family on a path of healing.
Chosen’s care managers provide one-on-one coaching using curricula tailored to your needs.
Chosen matches you with evidence-informed, trauma-focused therapeutic services and resources.
Chosen connects you with the local third-party resources you need to help your family thrive together.
If a difficult event occurs outside of your scheduled parent coaching session, we’re available to help.
We offer best-in-class teaching so you can parent your children in a way that takes their history into account.
Your coaching and action plan is based on measured levels of stress and trauma behaviors.
Your care manager will listen to you and walk alongside you on your path of healing. You may be experiencing parent burnout or something else as a caregiver. All resources and discussions will be tailored to your family’s unique needs.
Your care manager will provide access to the resources, including attachment exercises, tips to manage behaviors, and recommendations for third-party resources to help Florida families in your community. Whether you’re in Orlando or Miami, Florida, your tools will be just right.
You will leave your session with a Weekly Action Plan to bring your family closer together. Activities range from self-care exercises, to scheduling appointments, to family bonding activities.
Our care team offers trauma-informed care that’s individualized and compassionate. We teach attachment style connection and use Dr. Bruce Perry’s powerful dosing method. Our team has over 143 years of combined experience working with children and their families impacted by the child welfare system.
Chosen’s care team uses industry-standard best practices and hold a variety of licenses, certifications, and degrees, including:
Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) is a therapeutic model of care that trains caregivers to provide support and treatment for at-risk children. It has been used effectively with children and youth of all ages and all risk levels.
Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) are master’s-level mental health service professionals, trained to work with individuals, families, and groups in treating mental, behavioral, and emotional problems and disorders.
Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) are master’s-level social workers with extensive professional training and expertise in mental health. They provide psychotherapy and counseling to clients.
Licensed Master Social Workers (LMSWs) work in a variety of care or agency settings to deliver therapy, counseling, and life-betterment services to people who need them.
A Family Nurse Practitioners (FNPs) are registered nurses with specialized educational and clinical training in family practice. Nurse practitioners have a high degree of training in both the classroom and clinical settings.