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Tag Archives: Dr. Karyn Purvis
What are the stats on adoption, trauma and disability?
It appears that adoptive families are more likely than others to face the challenge of dealing with disabilities among their children. Continue reading
Posted in Adoption, Families, Foster Care, Key Ministry, PTSD, Resources Tagged ADHD, Adoption, Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, church, Depression, Disability, Disability Ministry, Dr. Karyn Purvis, Foster Care, Inclusion, Key Ministry, mental health, Shannon Dingle, The Connected Child, trauma 3 Comments
Does love heal all wounds from childhood trauma?
In other words, church, we have a great opportunity to love those affected by trauma! The need is great. Kids are hurting. Adults are too. Families are struggling. And the first step in being able to help is understanding the need. Jesus met people where they were, and so can we. Continue reading
Posted in Adoption, Advocacy, Foster Care, Hidden Disabilities, Key Ministry, PTSD Tagged Adoption, Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, church, disabiiity ministry, Dr. Karyn Purvis, Empowered to Connect, Inclusion, Key Ministry, National Child Traumatic Stress Network, Shannon Dingle, Stephen Grcevich MD, The Connected Child, trauma 6 Comments