Blocked Care : What is it and what do we do about it

Learn how blocked care and trust are developed by a child or a certain person. This video explains how we can avoid them and how to support others or help them feel relieved from that trauma.

If your child is experiencing blocked care/trust, just him/her your parental love & support. And also, at the end of the day, reflect on what has gone well. Remember,  even the smallest things can demonstrate progress and give us hope.

About the speaker:
Meg Garey, LPCMH is the Executive Director of A Better Chance for Our Children, a foster care and adoption agency serving the State of Delaware. Ms. Garey has 15 years of child welfare experience and has worked in foster care and adoption programs in three states. Ms. Garey’s experience includes direct service provision, clinical supervision, parent and staff training, support group facilitation, new program development, and full administrative responsibilities.

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