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Lying, Stealing & Hoarding

Most challenging behaviors with adoptive and foster children are difficult to understand. However, with a good social history of the child’s past experiences, it is possible to start to make sense of the behaviors and begin a healing process for the child.  Special focus on lying, stealing and hoarding!

Information presented by:  Brenda Benning, MSW, LICSW

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