WITH HOST TRISTEN MCGHEE
Replenish is a monthly Zoom conversation I host just for you! Special guests are invited to share their encouragement and insight to provide hope and healing for parents raising kids with trauma backgrounds. After the conversation, stay for the private “After Party”, safe space for you to share and find community. The conversations are recorded for your viewing pleasure, however, the “After Party” is not recorded and can only be experienced live.
Register for Zoom link & password on vulnerablechildren.com .
Milan & Kay Yerkovich
Kay is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She completed her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling in 1993. Her specialty is treating couples using attachment theory as the foundation of her work. Milan, ordained minister and pastoral counselor, has devoted himself to working with families and couples for over thirty years. Milan holds his masters degree in Biblical Studies and his California teaching credential.
Stephanie Fast is the name she was given in America. She does not know her original name, birth date, or place of birth, other than that she is Korean. Because she is biracial, Stephanie Fast was abandoned, left in a strange place to fend for herself, likely to die of starvation, disease—or worse.
Stephanie has made it her life’s work to try to help rescue every orphan out there—terrified, hungry, hurting, abused. If you believe that how we treat the most vulnerable among us determines our own humanity you will want to read Stephanie’s book—you will want to get to know Stephanie’s story.
Lisa is the parent of twelve children by birth and adoption, and sometimes more through foster care. She is the creator of One Thankful Mom. She is a certified Enneagram coach and speaks at events for adoptive and foster parents. You can find her co-hosting the podcast, The Adoption Connection. She coaches and encourages adoptive moms to find courage and hope in the journeys of loving their children well.
Daren Jones is the Associate Director of Training & Consultation services with the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development (KPICD) at TCU. Since Daren joined the Purvis Institute in 2014, he has been an integral part of teaching and spreading TBRI® across the U.S. and throughout the world.