• 00:29

    David & Devine / Petopia Animal Rescue Adoption Center

    in Culture

    Interview with the partnership between music and animal rescue

  • 01:03

    Why Consider Open Adoption & How to Do it Well

    in Parents

    Open adoption is the norm in for domestic infant adoptions in the US and becoming more common in foster care adoption and international adoption. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Hal Grotevant and Dr. Ruth McRoy, long time researchers on the impact of openness on all members of the adoption triad, and lead researchers of the Minnesota / Texas Adoption Research Project (MTARP). They literally wrote the book on open adoption and how we currently practice adoption. 


     


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    More Creating a Family resources on open adoption can be found here.

  • 00:59

    Animal Rescue and Adoption, Following Your Passions and Living Your Dreams

    in Pets

    Tonight's guest Barbara Horn retired after a 30 year career in the defense and aerospace industry, and in 2011 packed up and moved from Sunnyvale, CA to a 29 acre farm in Brimfield, MA to co-found with her daughter Rachael Max the Here Today Adopted Tomorrow Animal Sanctuary, a no kill shelter that takes animals into their care with the ultimate goal of each and every one being adopted out into a forever home with a loving family.

    Join us with Rachael and Barbara to talk about their lifelong love of animals, rescue and adoption, and the challenges and rewards of running the shelter.

    Call-in 1-347-850-8445

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  • 01:05

    Adoption 101: Everything You Need to Know at the Beginning

    in Parents

    What do you need to know when you first start thinking about adoption. Where do you begin? Host Dawn Davenport will interview Jim Thompson, a South Carolina attorney, with offices in Spartanburg and Charleston. He has worked in the field of adoption and assisted reproductive law for 25 years. Leanne Carnes, Chief Operating Officer at Children's Connection Inc., an adoption and child welfare agency with offices throughout Texas. Kara Eusebio, Associate Director of Outreach with Spence-Chapin Services to Families & Children in New York City.


     


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    More Creating a Family resources on adoption can be found here.

  • 01:03

    Paying for Adoption

    in Parents

    How in the world does an average family pay for an infant domestic adoption or international adoption? What options are available for financing adoptions? What grants and loans are available? Host Dawn Davenport will interview the following panel: Natalie De Prat, with American Christian Credit Union; Cherri Walrod, with Resources 4 Adoption; and Kelly Ellison, with Your Adoption Finance Coach.


    Domestic adoption, baby adoption, international adoption, adopting from China, adopting from Ethiopia, infant adoption, Chinese adoptions, Ethiopian adoptions, adopting from Korea, Korean adoptions, adoption agencies, adopting from DRC, adopting from Colombia, adopting from Thailand, adopting from Taiwan


     


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    More Creating a Family resources on paying for adoption can be found here.

  • 00:45

    Searching for the Castle-Backtrailof an Adoption-Barbara Ohrstrom

    in Family

    Join us Friday September 19th@ 10:00 EDT as Pam Kroskie interviews Barbara Ohrstrom


    Like cowboys turning in the saddle to look at where they came from, Searching for the Castle documents the backtrail of author Barbara Leigh Ohrstrom’s adoption. It begins with her urgency as an eighteen-year-old woman initiating her search for her birth parents. Her recollection includes court petitions, letters, Division of Social Service documents, and other original documents usually buried behind the lock and key of the law.


    In this memoir, she narrates the unearthing of her history and that of her family. Some of her discoveries are filled with pain, while others are joyful, including locating sisters, another brother, and eventually nieces and a nephew. A story of how one woman comes to terms with her identity, Searching for the Castle tells of real people doing the best they can to live and love in the often heartbreaking circumstances of life.


    As Ohrstrom shares her journey to find her birth parents, she reveals her emotions throughout the process, discovering that her identity is self-created, but also that her being is governed, in part, by her ancestors and family lines. Searching for the Castle communicates the message that love creates families and that the family to which Ohrstrom belonged in foster care gave her a mother, father, and family filled with love and decency.

  • 01:11

    Nancy Schluntz, Interfaith Minister and Animal Chaplain

    in Pets

    My practice is dedicated to helping animals and their people enrich their relationships, and to providing spiritual guidance for people experiencing transitions such as the deep grief of losing a loved animal companion. I am a published writer, public speaker, and have many years’ experience in professional and volunteer service of humans and animals.


    Animals are complex beings with feelings, thoughts, needs, desires, and unique personalities. Animals have reasons for their presence in our lives, as well as their own purpose in life. Our animals teach, heal and help in many ways. They communicate with us all the time, but often we don’t understand. It’s up to us to figure out the message.


    Through intuitive animal communication, I can help you understand what your animal friend is trying to tell you. Learning what they have to say can lead to a deeper, more fulfilling relationship. If your animal friend is stressed, sick or injured, or is near the end of life, animal Reiki offers a holistic support system to help reduce stress and bring balance. When it is time to grieve the loss of a loved animal friend, I am available to help you honor your feelings and move toward healing.


    Life’s journey takes each of us through many relationships and transitions, with animals, work, family, spirituality, and our inner selves. Each of these passages is a process. As an Interfaith Minister, I provide a compassionate grounded presence to help people and animals navigate the bumps in life’s path, using intuitive deep listening, meditation practice, animal Reiki, grief counseling, and listening for messages from nature.

  • 01:01

    Animal Communication - Solving Mysteries with Pets

    in Pets

    Animals Wanted - Dead or Alive. Ask or tell your animal anything.


    Laura Stinchfield - Animal Communicator with show producer Ai Kusuhara will interview interesting animals and their people.


    Laura will also open up the lines for listeners to call in to ask questions to their animals. 


    Be prepared to be enlightened, amazed, to laugh and maybe cry as you are opened up to the inner lives, thoughts, and feelings of the world's animals.


    Laura Stinchfields official website is http://www.ThePetPsychic.com

  • 01:20

    Adoption & Foster Care Awareness and Support Discussion Panel

    in Books

    To help launch a blog tour during the month of December dedicated to "Adoption & Foster Care Awareness and Support" we are hosting a panel discussion.


    Currently the roster of guests include Sue Badeau,Patti J. Smith,Karen Gass,Marsha Hubler,Linda Wood Rondeau, and Anne Baxter Campbell.


    We anticipate the roster of authors and professionals to grow as we get closer to the date of the show.Check my Twitter & Facebook for updates!

  • 01:03

    Preparing Children in Orphanages for Adoption

    in Parents

    Children adopted internationally need to be prepared in advance for what adoption means, and how their life will change. How can adoption professionals and parents help to prepare these kids. Host Dawn Davenport will interview two of the leading experts on orphans care and adoption. Dr. Jane Aronson is a pediatrician specializing in adoption medicine and is the CEO and President of Worldwide Orphans. She has been providing direct service to orphans for 20 years. Ms. Jayne Schooler is the author/co-author of seven books in the adoption field, including her newest, Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Parents. She has worked in orphanages in Kyrgyzstan, Poland and Ukraine.


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    More Creating a Family resources on internation adoption can be found here.

  • 01:18

    Animal Totems: Embracing The Power of the Beast

    in Spirituality

    Originally aired February 26, 2014


    Join internationally known psychic and star of Gaiam TVs Beyond Belief, Dr. Lauren Cielo, and the healers and teachers of Golden Rose Psychic Services: co-host Victoria Bustillos and Ishtar, The Golden Witch for another great episode of Golden Rose Psychic Radio!


    This episode focuses on Animal Guides and Animal Power Totems. Learn which Animal Totems resonate with you and those you love. Call in during the show and get a Free Psychic Reading on your Power Animals LIVE!


    Callers are welcome and of course, lots of LIVE Free Psychic Readings! We hope you'll join us!


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