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I Get It Now

The Magness Family | An image of a mother and father holding hands and walking with their two young boys in a park.

I came to Show Hope, a little more than three years ago, to serve as the Director of Communications. At the time, I was a little “green,” but I had a desire and humility to learn and grow. Yet I was a skeptic too.  In those first couple of months, we were planning for Show…

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Meet the Myers Family

The Myers Family

One of our favorite parts of Show Hope’s inaugural Hope for the Journey Conference was the variety of perspectives shared throughout each of the five learning modules.  In a segment known as “Practical Perspectives,” we heard from adult adoptees, foster care alumni, adoptive parents, and siblings of adopted children. The faces and voices featured in…

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TBRIⓇ Practical Application Strategies with Cindy Lee

TBRIⓇ Practical Application Videos with Cindy Lee

The adoption journey doesn’t end the day a child is welcomed home. In many ways, it is just beginning. That’s why Show Hope is committed to providing families impacted by adoption and/or foster care with real, practical, tools to help their children thrive. Working in conjunction with Cindy Lee, licensed clinical social worker and co-founder…

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The Carver Family

“Had it not been for Show Hope’s faithfulness to engage and provide, we would never have been exposed to TBRI.” — Kim and Kristyn Carver

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3 Truths About Attachment-Based Parenting

3 Truths About Attachment-Based Parenting

This post was written by Dan Coley, Show Hope’s Former Senior Director of Programs.   The first time I heard Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) taught and explained by Dr. Karyn Purvis, it was almost too much to process. I was overwhelmed by the flood of information and the strategies I needed to immediately incorporate into…

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What is TBRI?

What is TBRI?

TBRIⓇ is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children.

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