10 Parenting Skills An Adoptee Wants Every Parent to Know E-Book: by Jeanette Yoffe M.F.T.

10 Parenting Skills An Adoptee Wants Every Parent to Know E-Book: by Jeanette Yoffe M.F.T.

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10 Parenting Skills An Adoptee Wants Every Adoptive Parent to Know by Jeanette Yoffe M.F.T.

Based on Attachment Focused Parenting, Trauma Informed Practice and years of working with Adoptive Families

Jeanette has comprised an E-book, Downloadable to utilize the skills valuable for parenting an adopted child!

These skills are meant to support and strengthen parenting an adoptee…

  • Each individual person has variables of emotions, memories, triggers and sensations, which show up in their behavior in an attempt to  get their needs met.

     

  • Some adopted children have also been in foster care, which means their vulnerability scale of symptoms will be more intense, more frequent and last longer.

     

  • It is recommended to practice these skills and know there is no perfect parenting.

     

  • If there are adoptee who was parenting well, use these skills to re-parent yourself.

     

  • If you feel as a parent, you wished you received this approach, re-parent yourself!

     

  • There are no easy fixes and we don’t get over experiences, we are continually moving through them.

     

  • Rule out medical causes for behaviors that are extremely challenging to manage.

     

  • Have your child psychologically tested, and make sure the psychologist includes testing scales for Anxiety, Trauma, and Depression.

     

  • Trust this is a process. A lifelong process.

10 Parenting Skills An Adoptee Wants Every Adoptive Parent to Know by Jeanette Yoffe M.F.T.

Based on Attachment Focused Parenting, Trauma Informed Practice and years of working with Adoptive Families

Jeanette has comprised an E-book, Downloadable to utilize the skills valuable for parenting an adopted child!

These skills are meant to support and strengthen parenting an adoptee...

  • Each individual person has variables of emotions, memories, triggers and sensations, which show up in their behavior in an attempt to  get their needs met.

     

  • Some adopted children have also been in foster care, which means their vulnerability scale of symptoms will be more intense, more frequent and last longer.

     

  • It is recommended to practice these skills and know there is no perfect parenting.

     

  • If there are adoptee who was parenting well, use these skills to re-parent yourself.

     

  • If you feel as a parent, you wished you received this approach, re-parent yourself!

     

  • There are no easy fixes and we don’t get over experiences, we are continually moving through them.

     

  • Rule out medical causes for behaviors that are extremely challenging to manage.

     

  • Have your child psychologically tested, and make sure the psychologist includes testing scales for Anxiety, Trauma, and Depression.

     

  • Trust this is a process. A lifelong process.