Help, Hope, Heal Conference

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Saturday, October 27th

Highview Baptist Church

7711 Fegenbush Ln, Louisville, KY 40228

When you care for kids from hard places, we are here to help!

This conference is designed to equip anyone working with children who have experienced loss, separation, and hardship. We will explore the areas of growth many children lack, but it won’t stop there. You will be encouraged and equipped with tools to take back and apply to daily life.

We welcome local professionals, trauma and attachment experts and pastors to lead breakout sessions that will specifically pinpoint issues that you may be facing. Children who have emotional and/or behavioral challenges or have experienced trauma need more than a loving parent, they need an equipped community that cares about them. If families, teachers, therapists and others who care deeply for children partner together, the benefits could be great. This conference will help you better understand ways to address the needs a “child from hard places” may have, and connect you to resources to serve families and children in your area of influence.

Meet Kristin Berry

Kristin Berry is an author, blogger, speaker, adoptive mother, and former foster parent. She is the co-creator, along with her husband Mike, of the award-winning blog www.confessionsofanadoptiveparent.com which has a global audience of more than 100,000 people around the world, every month. In 2015 she co-authored the books The Adoptive Parent Toolbox and The Weary Parent’s Guide To Escaping Exhaustion along with Mike. Her most recent book is entitled Born Broken: An Adoptive Journey which chronicles her and Mike’s journey in raising children from extreme trauma. They have been married for 17 years and have 8 children, all of whom are adopted. They reside in the suburbs of Indianapolis, Indiana.

• Blog- www.confessionsofanadoptiveparent.com

• Twitter- www.twitter.com/kristinsberry

• Facebook- www.facebook.com/confessionsofanadoptiveparent

• Email- kristin@confessionsmail.com

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