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National Foster Care Month: Opening the Doors of Conversation about Birth Families

Compiled by Jenny Riddle with Traci Newell, LBSW, TBRI® Practitioner, Education Specialist & National Program Director for Families Count For foster parents, talking with children in their care about their families may be uncomfortable, particularly when circumstances are challenging. As shepherds of…

Response to the Unexpected: Siblings

  Mutual hardship can bring either disharmony or unity.   Alexandre Dumas in “The Three Musketeers” wrote, “All for one and one for all, united we stand divided we fall.”   Winston Churchill said, “When there is no enemy within, the enemies…

CEU: Investing In Your Children As You Foster Others Pt. 2

In this training, we aim to identify the effects that fostering can have on the children already in your home. Practically, how can you involve, prepare, and transition them well? We want to equip you to have hard conversations, address fears, offer…

CEU: Investing in Your Children as You Foster Others Pt. 1

In this training, we aim to identify the effects that fostering can have on the children already in your home. Practically, how can you involve, prepare, and transition them well? We want to equip you to have hard conversations, address fears, offer…

Siblings: Resolving Conflict

SIBLINGS:  RESOLVING CONFLICT P.E.A.C.E. As a parent my children’s arguments often sent me over the edge!  I wanted our home to be peaceful! In Romans 12:18  Paul writes these challenging words, “If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at…

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