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The average age for the children in foster care was 9.7 years. Average length of stay in foster care was 27.2 months. The largest percentage of children (47 percent) were in a nonrelative foster family home. Forty-nine percent had a case goal of reunification. 123,000 were awaiting adoption, down from 132,000 in FY 2007. (Children's Bureau AFCARS report, Fiscal Year 2008)

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Equipping Adoptive Parents with Tools

Relationship, Regulation, & Resilience

Join Julie Beem, Executive Director of the Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc. as she explores the specific parenting tools that adoptive parents need to create relationship, teach regulation and build resilience in our children. Through this webinar, attendees will:

  • Understand the importance of focusing on attachment-building with our children.
  • Learn basic brain science around how trauma can impact our children’s development.
  • Explore the strategies and tools adoptive parents need to address behaviors and to give our children the gift of resilience.

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This webinar was offered live June 4, 2020. Once purchased, you will launch the recorded webinar from the link in your account page.

PLEASE NOTE: If you purchase the certificate option, your certificate will be available upon successful completion of a post test. The audio for the recorded webinar can be heard through your computer speakers. We recommend external speakers or headphones. There are no refunds or exchanges for the webinar once you have purchased it.
Equipping Adoptive Parents with Tools
$20.00
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Julie Beem

An experienced parent and advocate, Julie has been Executive Director of the Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN) since 2009. Julie is a mom to four (adopted, biological and step) and grandmother to two. She has written and presented on the topics of parenting children impacted by trauma and attachment challenges for over a decade, as well as trained other parents in therapeutic parenting strategies. She was honored to accept ATN’s 2016 Angels in Adoption award, and oversees ATN’s Trauma-Informed Parenting and Schools Programs.