Just Keep Swimming: Thriving in the midst of Grief and Loss In-Service Training
While there is beauty in loving and caring for children in an adoptive, foster or kinship family, there are also various levels of grief and loss. We feel emptiness when a child moves on to another
placement or is reunified, sadness when we see how trauma experiences have impacted their lives, and grief when we realize our kids' developmental differences might not allow for typical
development. It is important to figure out ways to work through grief and loss without getting stuck in the seaweed. We must learn to "just keep swimming."
Presented by Barb Clark from North American Council on Adoptable Children 2-hours of in-service credit