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{Free Podcast} The Importance of Parental Self-Care

December 5, 2016

I had the honor of being interviewed by author Kenneth A. Camp on the importance of parental self-care for parents raising children impacted by trauma- specifically adoptive and foster parents.

Podcast: The Importance of Parental Self-Care

Kenny and I met several years ago at an Adoption Knowledge Affiliates events.  Since then, I’ve had the pleasure of running into him at different adoption and foster care events and trainings, including Empower to Connect.  Knowing that this adoptive dad is a fierce advocate for connection-based parents (particularly Trust Based Relational Intervention), I eagerly agreed to the podcast interview!

Kenny has written a new book for adoptive and foster parents who use trust-based and connection-inspired parenting with their children.  After you listen to the podcast, check out his new book “Foster and Adoption Parenting: Authentic Stories that will Inspire and Encourage Parenting with Connection.”

If you listen to the podcast and want to spend even more time listening to me, you can join me for the webinar How to Talk About the Hard Truths in Adoption, happening THIS Tuesday, December 6!!!

So grateful for each of you,

~

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LIVE Webinar next Tuesday December 6th!  How to Talk About the Hard Truths in Adoption.  Can’t make it live?  All participants will receive a recording of the webinar to watch as often as you’d like!  CLICK HERE!!!

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Robyn Gobbel, LCSW is a child and family therapist in Austin, Texas specializing in adoption, trauma, and attachment counseling. She is the founder of the Central Texas Attachment & Trauma Center.

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