The Adoption Connection

If you're an adoptive mom looking for hope, practical tools, and friends who understand, this podcast is for you! Between the two of us, we represent all three parts of the adoption triad. We've been around the block a couple times with kids by birth, adoption, and foster care. And lived to tell about it. Don't worry. We get it. And we're here for you. Gain confidence in your parenting and hope for your family's future.

https://theadoptionconnection.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 35m. Bisher sind 19 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 10 hours 34 minutes

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#136: Dad Connection with Jason Johnson


Dad Connection: Join us this month as we hear from foster and adoptive dads. Jason is a writer and speaker who encourages families and equips churches in their foster care and adoption journeys. He and his wife,


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#135: Dad Connection with Aaron Ivey


Dad Connection: Join us this month as we hear from foster and adoptive dads. Aaron Ivey is the Pastor of Worship at The Austin Stone Community Church in Austin, Texas, where he pastors a team of worship leaders, artists, storytellers, and musicians.


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#134: Dad Connection with Alan Finn


Dad Connection: Join us this month as we hear from foster and adoptive dads. Many of you are familiar with Jamie Finn of Foster the Family whose ministry reaches thousands of foster and adoptive parents. Jamie would be the first to say her ministry wou...


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   26m
 
 

#133: [Mentor Moment] How do I respond to my child who wants to be babied?


  Mentor Moments give you a chance to join the conversation as we answer a listener question. These episodes guarantee we're providing the most helpful tools and resources for exactly where you are. This week's question is:


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#132: Full Circle with former foster youth, Tori Petersen


Tori Hope Petersen is a former foster youth. After overcoming the odds of foster care, she is now a foster care advocate and foster mom who shares candidly about her story and her experience of redemption.


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 2021-05-18  45m
 
 

#131: [Mentor Moment] How do we handle multiple children with differing levels of openness with birth family?


  Mentor Moments give you a chance to join the conversation as we answer a listener question. These episodes guarantee we're providing the most helpful tools and resources for exactly where you are. This week's question is:


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 2021-05-11  11m
 
 

#130: A Birth Mother’s Perspective on Open Adoption and Post-Placement Support with Ashley Mitchell


For over a decade, Ashley has been one of the most consistent and sought after birth mother voices in the nation.  Well known for her vulnerability and transparency in adoption, her story has touched the hearts of countless members of the adoption comm...


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 2021-05-04  54m
 
 

#129: An Adoptee’s Remarkable Search with Ed Di Gangi


Ed Di Gangi was adopted at birth in New York City. An only child, he made no effort to explore his heredity until, at age 67, a visit to a cemetery where members of his adoptive mother's family were buried and a story by Daniel Mendelsohn stirred his i...


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 2021-04-27  43m
 
 

#128: [Mentor Moment] How do we help extended family have respect and compassion for our foster child’s birth family?


  Mentor Moments give you a chance to join the conversation as we answer a listener question. These episodes guarantee we're providing the most helpful tools and resources for exactly where you are. This week's question is:


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 2021-04-20  15m
 
 

#127: Processing Trauma through EMDR with Laura Taylor


If you're heard the acronym EMDR and wondered what it's all about, you're going to love this episode. Lisa interviewed Laura Taylor who is an EMDRIA Certified Therapist. We talk about what EMDR is, how it works, and who it can help.


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 2021-04-13  50m
 
 
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