Resources podcasts, blogs, articles and publications


Attachment Theory in Action

Join Jenna Kelly, LCSW for a weekly podcast featuring international experts from the field of attachment and trauma. Attachment Theory in Action has become a highly respected podcast by listeners from all over the world! Listeners sit in on Jenna’s insightful, informative and inspiring conversations with leading attachment theory researchers and clinicians in the field. Dedicated to parents and professionals, Attachment Theory in Action has had over 1 million downloads with new episodes releasing every other Tuesday! Now streaming!

Other Media

Giving our Children a Chance

Giving Our Children a Chance

Each month, we welcome a Chaddock staff member to discuss their experience working with our kids in their own unique way, ranging from teachers in our school, the cottage staff who take care of the residents, to the trainers who develop our treatment methods.

A Chance to be Loved

A Cog in the Wheel

The Culture of Chaddock

Reed about Leadership Blog

Reed About Leadership

Authored by the late Chaddock President and CEO Debbie Reed, Ph.D., this this blog series features valuable insights, lessons, and first-hand experiences. Whether you want to become a better leader or build a better organization, the lessons and experiences shared every week will help guide you on your leadership journey. May her wisdom continue to inspire current and upcoming leaders for years to come.

Coffee with Josh Podcast

Coffee with Josh

Go out and about to our hometown coffee shops with TKC Executive Director Josh Carlson! This weekly series features topics in Trauma Informed Care combined with fun content that allows you to get to know Josh. Available now on Instagram Reels and YouTube Shorts! 

Published Articles


Raising the Challenging Child

The newest Chaddock book release! Co-authored by Karen Doyle Buckwalter, LCSW, RPT-S and Debbie Reed, Ph.D., President/CEO, Raising the Challenging Child features strategies practical tips, and real-life examples on ways to minimize behavioral meltdowns, reduce conflict, increase cooperation, promote healthy attachment and improve family relationships. 

Attachment Theory in Action Book

Stepping through attachment theory and the latest research in neuroscience, Karen Doyle Buckwalter and Debbie Reed illustrate how treatment of developmental trauma often requires implementing more than one clinical model. Readers will discover mental health professional insights into helping even the most challenging patients.