How Do I Find the Right Professional To Help Us?

 
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Adoptive and foster parents often need to look to professionals to help them and their child.  But how do parents know which professionals to turn to?

Watch as Dr. Karyn Purvis and Michael Monroe offer practical insight about how parents should view the role of professionals and which criterion they should use in selecting the right professional to come alongside them in order to help bring about healing for their child.

How Do I Find the Right Professional To Help Us?

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