In Episode 71, you will hear from Robert Day, Author, Radio Show Host, and CEO of Patrick Henry Family Services, talking with Phil about: Continue reading

In Episode 66, you will hear from Dr. Karen Hutcheson talking with Phil about vicarious resilience and how it relates to the refugee crisis. Continue reading

In Episode 62, you will hear from Dr. Karen Hutcheson talking with Phil about complex trauma and how it affects children and adults, including those involved in the refugee crisis.

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In Episode 40, you will hear from Jon Bergeron, Counselor with Austin Stone Counseling Center and Speaker, talking with Phil about:

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In this two-part interview, Episodes 38 and 39, we hear from Victor Marx, Founder and President of All Things Possible Ministries, Global Speaker, and High Risk Missions Leader, talking with Phil about:

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In this two-part interview, Episodes 38 and 39, we hear from Victor Marx, Founder and President of All Things Possible Ministries, Global Speaker, and High Risk Missions Leader, talking with Phil about:

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In Episode 34, you will hear from Tara Vanderwoude, Social Worker, Advocate, and Educator. Continue reading

In Episode 25, you will hear wisdom from Dr. Mandy Howard, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Samford University, who worked with Dr. Karyn Purvis at the TCU Institute of Child Development for several years.

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In today’s episode, we get to hear from Dr. Karen Hutcheson, a Trauma Informed,  Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Author, adoptive mom and Orphan Care Advocate. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of children from “hard places.” Karen is also the Director of Discipleship and Training at Scarlet Hope. Continue reading

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 4 of the Think Orphan podcast.  In Episode 4, Todd Guckenberger, Executive Director of Back2Back Ministries, joins Phil and Kelly to discuss issues surrounding orphanages, mission trips, and a 5-Point Development Plan for every child in B2B’s care. B2B works in Mexico, Haiti, and India. Continue reading