Recently released to wide acclaim is Siblings in Adoption and Foster Care, by collaborating authors Kinship Center former VIce President Deborah Silverstein (with contributing Kinship Center experts) and Susan L. Smith, Professor Emerita of Social Work at Illinois State University.

“The sibling bond is one of the most threatened and fragile connections for children who find themselves stuck in the maze of the child welfare system,” says Jayne Schooler of the Institute for Human Services, Columbus, Ohio. “Never before has there been a book that so thoroughly addresses the issues, challenges practice, and offers comprehensive research and practical suggestions for social workers, mental health providers and anyone who makes lifelong decisions for children and their families. This book is an outstanding contribution to the field of child welfare.”

To read more about Siblings in Adoption and Foster Care or to order the book, please click here.

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