At Shepherd Care we support a therapeutic approach called TBRI; that stands for Trust-Based Relational Intervention. And it helps parents provide the kind of effective support that a child who has experienced trauma needs. You can watch a full episode from Dr. Karyn Purvis where she addresses a common question amongst adoptive parents, ‘How Do I…Read More
Adoptive parents are often up against unique challenges that some biological parents never experience. One of those moments can come in the toy store among shelf, after shelf, of dolls that all look the same—and nothing like your child. Instead of letting our little ones feel defeated, we encourage parents to look for dolls, or…Read More
We wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas, but in a unique way…so if a picture is worth a thousand words, maybe a video of ASC staff members singing is worth a million? : ) Enjoy this bit of fun, and we do wish all of our clients, supporters, and friends a very meaningful holiday…Read More
Since 1980, Adoption by Shepherd Care has helped thousands of families bring a child into their home through adoption. In celebration of this year’s National Adoption Month, we’re offering free domestic adoption consultations to U.S. families (a $200 value). This is a perfect first step for anyone who has considered adopting, and there’s nothing to lose–no…Read More
Love is defined as a profoundly tender affection for–or devotion to–another person. American culture often cheapens the word to refer to new, exciting romantic “love”, especially around Valentine’s Day. But where are the greeting cards and boxes of chocolates for people who commit to love someone else even when it’s hard and messy and painful? Where are the bouquets of flowers for people who…Read More
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