Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Framework

The Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Framework is a flexible, components-based intervention developed for children and adolescents who have experienced complex trauma, along with their caregiving systems. ARC’s foundation is built upon four key areas of study: normative childhood development, traumatic stress, attachment, and risk and resilience.  ARC is designed as both an individual level clinical intervention,  to be used in treatment settings for youth and families, and as an organizational framework, to be used in service systems to support trauma-informed care.  Vermont’s designated agency system has been using the ARC Framework for over ten years. Here are some helpful links with ARC resources for clinicians.    

2018 Vermont ARC Trainers

Sarah Slayton [email protected]
Tom Cox [email protected]
Miranda Bevins [email protected]
Katie Mable [email protected]
Janet Hussey Monette [email protected]
Tracie Carlson [email protected]
Jaime Elliot [email protected]
Beth Holden [email protected]
Michelle Fane [email protected]
Vicky Whitehill [email protected]
Samantha Thomas [email protected]
Tiffany Trombley [email protected]
Amy Woodruff [email protected]
Beth Goss [email protected]
Jenni Campbell [email protected]
Declan McDaid [email protected]
Cara Capparelli [email protected]
Kym Asam [email protected]
Andrea Mook [email protected]
Keili Trottier [email protected]
Katina Idol [email protected]