Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope For Families With Special-Needs Kids
Discover the hard truths and real hope about healing hurting children through adoptive and foster parents, social workers, and others who care. Includes information on foreign adoptions. Includes information on foreign adoptions ^Also available: Parenting the Hurt Child...
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Discover the hard truths and real hope about healing hurting children through adoptive and foster parents, social workers, and others who care. Includes information on foreign adoptions.
Includes information on foreign adoptions
^Also available: Parenting the Hurt Child
^^^Written in a nontechnical style, this book brings to light grim truths but also real hope that children who have been hurt can be healed and brought back into life by adoptive and foster parents, therapists, teachers, social workers, and others whose lives interact with theirs.
Gregory C. Keck PhD founded the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio which specializes in treating children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and developmental interruptions. Dr. Keck has extensive experience in the fields of attachment adoption and adolescence. He has taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels at a number of universities and has presented to parent and professional groups both nationally and internationally. As an adoptive parent of two sons who were adopted during adolescence Dr. Keck combines clinical expertise and personal experience to share with his readers. He is the coauthor of Adopting the Hurt Child and Parenting the Hurt Child .
The Compound Effect reveals how Kingdom Impact results when spiritual maturity and business competency are combined in business leaders and their organizations. Kingdom Impact is about multiplication through adherence to biblical instruction and obedience to godly principles.
In The Compound Effect you will learn the biblical principles of sustainable business success, identify core competencies required to operate a successful enterprise, build your road map to achieve impact through the marketplace, discover how to leverage business competency with spiritual maturity to expand your Kingdom Impact and create business results that establish sustainable transformational legacies.
Regina M. Kupecky, LSW, has worked in the adoption arena for over twenty-five years as an adoption placement worker. She is currently a co-therapist with Dr. Gregory C. Keck, Ph.D., at the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio. Mrs. Kupecky authored a resource guide, Siblings Are Family, Too, which is available through the Three Rivers Adoption Council in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She has presented at local, national, and international conferences on a variety of adoption topics and holds a Master of Arts degree from John Carroll University.
Gregory C. Keck Ph.D., is the founder and director of the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio. He and his staff treat a variety of difficulties in children and families including adoption issues, reactive attachment disorder, adolescent problems, child abuse/neglect, and sexual abuse. He has provided training to thousands of professionals in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Dr. Keck has also appeared on numerous television and radio shows to discuss a broad spectrum of adoption issues.