Separation and Loss Issues for Foster and Birth Families

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Part 1
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 2
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 3
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 4
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 5
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 6
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 7
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 8
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…
Part 9
The pain of separation and loss is a universal experience of every foster child. Dr. Vera Fahlberg talks with foster parents, foster teenagers, and adults who spent their teen years…

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