Created specifically for adult adoptees, “Voices Unheard” is a journal designed to guide individuals similarly to working with a therapist. Writing in the journal provides individuals to explore their feelings and work toward deeper healing. With 52 weeks of writing prompts, “Voices Unheard” is driven by themes and includes additional resources, including a glossary, and guidelines. The journal also includes a script support groups moderators can use to guide conversations. Written by an adoptee and licensed mental health care provider, “Voices Unheard“ is designed with the enduser in mind.
Beyond Faith: How One Community Raised 70 Kids from the Texas Foster Care System
Diann Sparks hadn’t planned on adopting, until one of her sisters asked her to attend an adoption class in a town 120 miles away from her home in Possum Trot, part of east Texas’ Shelby […]
Beyond Racial Division
Efforts at colorblindness and antiracism have not been very effective in addressing racial tensions in the United States. Colorblindness ignores the realities of race and the history of injustice. On the other hand, antiracism centers […]
Three Little Words
In 2009, author Ashley Rhodes-Courter shared her experience growing up in the foster care system and being adopted in her first book “Three Little Words.” Since then, she’s published two additional books and has worked […]