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.
J. Cortez III was just 16 years old when he proved to the court he was independent and could be legally emancipated from his mother, though he’d been on his own since he was 12. […]
Written and directed by Mark Vadik, based on the book by Steve Pemberton. http://www.achanceintheworldmovie.com 75 minutes When Steve Pemberton was a kid, he bore the Polish last name of Klakowicz and knew nothing about his […]
by Eshele Williams, Psy.D., LMFT, A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Writer, Researcher, Dr. Eshele Williams has the lived experience of being a birth child of a foster, adoptive and kinship parents. This story, her […]