Regulate – Relate – Reason Conference – October 2019

Regulate – Relate – Reason
Conference – October 15, 2019
Experiential Learning Days – October 14 or 16, 2019

Trauma Responsive Strategies with Infants, Children & Families

Harmony Family Center and the Neurosequential Network invite you to join us for our annual Regulate Relate Reason Conference and Experiential Learning Days.

​This conference is open to anyone who has an interest in learning more about the impact of trauma on child development and related intervention strategies. You don’t have to be a clinician or mental health professional to attend. Teachers, caregivers, trainers, community services staff, medical staff, etc. are welcome.

​The Conference will feature Dr. Kristie Brandt and other experts in the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. Other sessions will introduce participants to the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) and the Neurosequential Model in Education (NME).

​You can also choose to attend one of the two Experiential Learning Days, which will feature the application of clinical concepts along with experiential sessions in Equine Therapy, Rhythm and Movement, and Sensory Intervention. [Optional, but encouraged. Limit 48 each day. Two days will be offered that have the same agenda and content; please choose to attend only one.]

If you have questions, please call 865-982-5225. To register or learn more about the conference CLICK HERE. .

Published on September 23, 2019 by .
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Volley For Change

It is our pleasure to announce that we’ll be hosting our inaugural Pickleball Tournament, Volley For Change, this fall! This is the first sanctioned tournament to be held in East Tennessee which has garnered interest from pickleball pros and amateurs alike.

We are thrilled to be hosting this event, sponsored by PYA Waltman, September 20—22, 2019 at Knoxville Racquet Club. For registration information and all tournament details, click HERE.

Published on June 17, 2019 by .
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Mudder’s Day 2019 Wrapup

“Thank you to everyone who supported our 7th annual Mudder’s Day Madness 5K Mud Run at Montvale! We hope you all had as much fun as we did.”

For results, click HERE.

For photos, click HERE.


Published on May 20, 2019 by .
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Mudder’s Day Madness 5K 2019

get a little dirty to do a lotta good

Mudder’s Day Madness 5K is a mud run that consists of obstacles, and of course plenty of mud! Everyone eight years of age and up, are welcome! This fun, family friendly, fundraising event will be held Saturday, May 11, 2019 (day before Mother’s Day) at 10 AM on Montvale’s beautiful grounds at the foot of Chilhowee Mountain. Proceeds from the Mudder’s Day Madness 5K benefit Harmony Family Center and their services to children through foster care, adoption, and post adoption counseling and programs.


Harmony Family Center … so children may live their best lives
7th Annual Mud Run at Montvale
4901 Montvale Road – Maryville, Tennessee 37903
Phone: 865.982.5225

Sign-up now!

Published on January 22, 2019 by .
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January 2019 Webinar

Harmony Family Center announces our January 2019 free webinar. Register soon to reserve your spot – only 500 available!

“Great Expectations: Meeting Your Foster/Adopted Child Where They Are”

Published on January 14, 2019 by .
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Upcoming Webinars

Harmony Family Center announces our December free webinar. Register soon to reserve your spot!

Big Feelings: Coaching Your Child Through Intense Emotions:

Published on October 08, 2018 by .
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Harmony Family Center 2017 Annual Report

When you give a child the comfort of knowing they are not alone, it is life-changing. When you learn that you are not alone as a parent, it’s . . . well, it’s everything.

Over the past 20 years, Harmony Family Center has helped children to live their best lives. Today, our team of experts, innovative programs, and evidenced-based solutions uniquely position us to serve children and families experiences the challenges, stressors, and trauma of modern life, ranging from the most common to the most complex.

Harmony’s work has an important impact. As we build awareness of the effects of trauma and increase the opportunities for treatment of the children and families touched by trauma, we significantly improve the health of our communities across the state of Tennessee . . . so children may live their best lives.

Harmony Family Center is proud to share our story through our 2017 Annual Report.

Published on October 31, 2017 by .
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