It begins by understand why overstimulation happens, and formulating a plan to handle and respond the right way to it. We are fortunate to share an amazing interview we did with our good friend, and trauma-trained therapist, Jenn Hook, founder of the Replanted Conference. In this interview, she shares practical advice and insight into why stimulation happens, and how you can respond in a way that builds trust and connection!
Jayne Alfieri and Stacy Clark are sharing light in a very unique way and telling the unique and beautiful story of adoption through some of the most beautiful, heart-warming, real and honest greeting cards you will ever read. We're serious. You're going to love their hearts, and their passion for the adoption community. The ENTIRE adoption community- parents, bio parents, adoptees, and former foster youth.
Jayne and Stacy are the creators of Tiny Type Studios and Adoptionly Yours, a small card and gift company with a big heart for adoption.
You may not realize this, but we have an opportunity to make change for foster youth who are stepping into adulthood. We can raise our voices, contact our congressmen and women, write letters, attend statehouse legislature meetings, and get involved in advocacy projects all to bring resources and awareness to the needs of foster youth becoming adults. Our guest today, is Jai McClean, who has dedicated her life to advocating for key policy changes for youth who are stepping out of foster care and into the next phase of their lives.
Julie Bogart is the popular voice of common sense and compassion in the homeschool community. She's the creator of the innovative writing program called Brave Writer and the popular fast-growing practice called Poetry Teatime. She’s the founder of a homeschool coaching community called the Brave Learner Home.