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Adopting the hurt child

hope for families with special-needs kids : a guide for parents and professionals

by Gregory C. Keck

  • 275 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Pinon Press in Colorado Springs, Colo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Special needs adoption -- United States.,
    • Older child adoption -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-230) and index.

      Statementby Gregory C. Keck and Regina M. Kupecky.
      ContributionsKupecky, Regina M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV875.55 .K43 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination239 p. :
      Number of Pages239
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL790503M
      ISBN 100891099077
      LC Control Number95022967
      OCLC/WorldCa32665678

        To learn more about parenting children with difficult histories, check out “The Connected Child” by Karyn Purvis, “Parenting the Hurt Child” by Gregory Keck and Regina Kupecky, and “Our Own: Adopting and Parenting the Older Child” by Trisha Maskew.   Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope for Families with Special-Needs Kids - A Guide for Parents and Professionals - Ebook written by Gregory Keck, Regina Kupecky. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope for Families with Special-Needs Kids - A Guide for /5(6).

      “Adopting the Hurt Child” by Gregory C. Keck and Regina M. Kupecky (Pinon Press, ) Written by two of the foremost authorities on attachment problems, this book gives hope and encouragement to parents whose children resist attachment. “Adopting the Older Child” by Claudia L. .   Very eye opening book regarding the problems with adopting older children. **Looking at this again 2 years later, I realize that I learned alot from this book and have a better understanding of what challenges you face with an older child. If we adopt again it will be an older child and I will re-read this book. It is worth a read.4/5(1).

      May 1, - Explore karyo69's board "Adoption Tools" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Adoption, Adoption books and Adopting a child. Get this from a library! Adopting the hurt child: hope for families with special-needs kids. [Gregory C Keck; Regina M Kupecky] -- "Without avoiding the grim statistics, this book reveals the real hope that hurting children can be healed through adoptive and foster .


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Chapter One Who Is the Hurt Child. Understanding the Attachment Cycle. For those who have read Adopting the Hurt Child or have a good understanding of attachment issues, this chapter-condensed, with permission, from our first book -will serve as a those new to the topic, this will provide an introduction to the hurt child/5(5).

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In this revised and updated guide of Adopting the Hurt Child, authors Gregory C. Keck, PhD and Regina M. Kupecky, LSW provide you with advice, tips, and real life stories to inspire and encourage you on your parenting journey.5/5(2).

Some books on the topic of adoption try to teach you what to do, while other give an account of a family personal experience with it. Then there are books that, by offering a much wider view of adoption, have a go at explaining what adoption actually is, and “Adopting the hurt child” does a remarkable job at that.

Read on if&#; You are considering adoption, training to adopt, or you. Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope for Families with Special-needs Kids: a Guide for Parents and Professionals Gregory C. Keck, Regina M. Kupecky Pinon Press, - Older child adoption - /5(3).

This book is a sequel to the volume by Keck and Kupecky, Adopting the Hurt Child. Like the first book, it draws heavily on the authors’ clinical experience with adoptive families. Keck, a psychotherapist, is founder of the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio.5/5. The Paperback of the Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope for Families with Special-Needs Kids - A Guide for Parents and Professionals by Gregory Keck, Regina.

Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership /5(4). This book is full of information about all of the "big words" and labels that are used to describe the hurt children involved in older child adoptions.

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Maskew, T. () Maskew, T. () The out-of-sync child: Recognizing and coping with sensory integration dysfunction. The book goes into great detail about many of the emotional, physical, and mental challenges that an adopted child may face, and from the point of view of a potential adoptive parent, it is very informative as to the challenges such a child's parent may face.

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It reads very easily and is both challenging and truthful and also encouraging. I found it much better than Adopting the Older Child, by Jewett (personally) and a great companion book to Adopting the Hurt Child by Keck/5(3). Lee "Adopting the Hurt Child Hope for Families with Special-Needs Kids - A Guide for Parents and Professionals" por Gregory Keck disponible en Rakuten Kobo.

Without avoiding the grim statistics, this book reveals the real hope that hurting children can be healed through adopti /5(4). This book is a sequel to the volume by Keck and Kupecky, Adopting the Hurt Child. Like the first book, it draws heavily on the authors’ clinical experience with adoptive families.

Keck, a psychotherapist, is founder of the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio. Kupecky is a therapist at the center and has worked in adoption placement. Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope for Families with Special-Needs Kids – A Guide for Parents and Professionals Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you.

only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. The sequel of "Adopting the Hurt Child," this book offers solutions to parents who have adopted children who have been traumatized.

From the back cover of the book: "If you’ve chosen to bring one of these children into your family, you likely have hopes, dreams, and images of success—dreams and images that might now look dark and hopeless."Author: Rachel Skousen.Get this from a library! Adopting the hurt child: hope for families with special-needs kids: a guide for parents and professionals.

[Gregory C Keck; Regina M Kupecky] -- Fewer and fewer families adopting today are able to bring home a healthy newborn infant. The majority of adoptions now involve emotionally wounded, older children who have suffered the effects of.Right now I'm reading Adopting the Hurt Child: Hope for Families with Special-Needs Kids by Dr.

Gregory Keck and Regina Kupecky, LSW. This book, an especially helpful resource for those who are working with kids with attachment issues, includes a number of suggestions to help adoptive families form strong attachments, and help the children overcome the trauma of their : Heidi Hess Saxton.