It's the Process Not the Product Episode 1: Sharing Stories, Sharing Lives - with Kendra Morris Jacobson

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It's the Process Not the Product Episode 1: Sharing Stories, Sharing Lives - with Kendra Morris Jacobson

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2022-06-16

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In this episode, CASCW’s Permanency and Adoption Competency Certificate (PACC) Program Coordinator Keely Vandre talks with Kendra Morris Jacobson about the history and state of the research around Lifebooks and Lifestory work, and how this framework can be more accessible for integration into child welfare practice. Kendra oversees the Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center (ORPARC) and the Oregon Adoption Resource Exchange (OARE), and is Certified in Therapeutic Life Story Work (TLSWi). In previous clinical work at Oregon Health & Science University, Kendra counseled children and families, led groups and contributed to research projects. Kendra obtained her B.A. in English Literature at Gettysburg College, and M.A. in Counseling Psychology at Lewis & Clark College. She was a supporting contributor to Dr. Redmond Ream’s recently published article in Adoption Quarterly, titled “Lifebooks in Child Welfare: Why Isn’t a Great Idea Used More Often?”.

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Vandre, Keely; Morris Jacobson, Kendra. (2022). It's the Process Not the Product Episode 1: Sharing Stories, Sharing Lives - with Kendra Morris Jacobson. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/259225.

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