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Knowing that two gay men will never be able to adopt, Joel and Tom decide to find a surrogate mother to carry their child. What they find is a lot more than they bargained for. Sharon Minninger, a beautiful and determined runaway from a Mennonite community near Nuevo Casas Grandes, Mexico, offers to carry their child. Her influence has more impact on their lives than the couple could ever have imagined. Joel and Tom discover that the backlash of their decision to be fathers is much worse than expected.
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They are unprepared for the venomous reaction from some of the less open-minded citizens of the small southwestern New Mexico town. Her specialism is adolescents with behavioral issues working within a trauma model Sensorimotor psychotherapy level 1. She has presented her work at conferences in the UK and Europe. Julie is presently working on her PhD at Edge Hill University, looking at the use of Dance Movement Psychotherapy with adolescent with symptoms of depression, the results of which have been accepted as part of a Cochrane review into adolescent depression.
Julie is also trained in the discipline of Authentic Movement, a practice which is fundamental to her own work. Martin Evans, Chairman and Chief Financial Officer part time has more than 30 successful years experience at Board level across a range of industries.
For the last seven years he has been providing consultancy services to predominantly the public sector. Having established the Carevisions Group to be the premier private provider of residential childcare in Scotland he consulted to a number of Local Authorities and Central Government on young people in care. Martin fervently believes that success is only achieved by empowering all to maximise their potential.
This philosophy has been particularly crucial in ensuring the positive outcome for young people in the care of organisations he has been involved in.
The Gathering (Common Threads in the Life, #4)
Jill joined August as Education Co-Ordinator after working in the housing, homelessness, support and care sector in a variety of roles for almost 25 years. Her roles have taught her of the importance of providing person-centered services to individuals. She has a strong commitment to young people with a real focus on ensuring they have a great experience whenever they access our services.
After graduating from Strathclyde University with a BA in Business Studies and a Post Graduate Diploma in Accountancy Wendy joined a local firm where she provided financial accounting support services to local businesses. After taking time out to raise her 2 sons, Wendy returned to work part time in the finance department of a local company.
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- Common Sons.
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When the opportunity arose to use her knowledge to assist the Directors of Common Thread set up the financial procedures in the first months of operation, little did she realise that she would still be here 11 years later. Wendy believes it has been an honour to be involved at the beginning of Common Thread in and to have been part of its growth to become one of the leading providers within the sector.
Margaret Anne qualified as a social worker in and has over 15 years experience in the field of social care, including working in residential and secure care environments.
- Common Threads.
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Margaret Anne has a particular interest in the mental health of young people and is looking forward to not only sharing her knowledge and experience, but to expanding her own learning with Common Thread. He has also spent time in the training role and information management.
The Blind season
We have found this to be useful to them in personal stress management and self-reflective insight. Joe Nee needs very little introduction given his long association with the sector and his impressive professional reputation. Joe began his career as a teacher, then lecturer before training as an educational psychologist. Over the years he has worked with the majority of local authorities and some of the prisons in Scotland, England and Ireland, Voluntary organizations in The UK and Ireland and the Scottish Government.