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Ep. 48 - Lori Thomas - Maxwell - Adjust the Sails Today we have another interview episode of the podcast. I am talking with Lori Thomas. I know Lori because she is a fellow team member of mine with the Proactive Coaching team of speakers. But Lori is also a former coach, administrator with the NAIA, and the current Heart of America Conference Commissioner of NAIA schools.Lori's quote today comes from one of the great leadership gurus, John Maxwell. It's kind of shocking to me that it took us 48 episodes to finally get a John Maxwell quote because he is so good and so quotable. You're going to love this quote, and you're going to love how Lori explains its impact on her and how she has used it with the coaches in her conference during this unprecedented time in our world.You can connect with Lori at lori@proactivecoaching.info you would like to continue the conversation.
Michael Trout & Lori Thomas: Meditations for Foster & Adoptive Parents - Part 2 Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part two of their conversation, Karen, Michael and Lori conclude their discussion on his CD The Hope Filled Parent: Mediations for Foster & Adoptive Parents of Children Who Have Been Harmed.


 


Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.
 
The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
Lori Thomas: The Importance of Therapy for Foster & Adoptive Families - Part 1 Karen Buckwalter welcomes Lori Thomas, MA, for part one of their discussion on the importance of therapy for foster and adoptive families. Lori Thomas is a counselor in residency with Emmaus Family Counseling Center. Thomas is a co-author on The Jonathan Letters with Michael Trout in 2005, and a contributing author on the Attachment Theory in Action: Building Connections Between Children and Parents book in 2018. Both books are available on tkcchaddock.org.

Lori works from an attachment-focused perspective. With the understanding that attachment develops in early childhood, and dysfunctional patterns may develop based on early experiences, Lori believes that nurturing healthy attachments is integral to the healing process. This attachment-focused work is especially geared towards counseling children and their parents. Children who have experienced trauma, are in the foster care system, or are adopted are some of her favorite clients.

Lori has an extensive history working with children who have experienced trauma, beginning as a foster and adoptive parent, which led to her interest in entering the field of counseling. Lori has completed many trainings, including a 40-hour Nurturing Attachments Postgraduate Training by Deborah Gray. She also earned certificates in Crisis Pregnancy Coaching through Light University. In addition to co-authoring The Jonathan Letters (2005), and contributing to Attachment Theory In Action, she is also a contributing author to The Hope-Filled Parent (2008), Hope for Healing (2011). She is an active advocate and public speaker on children’s issues. She is the mother of seven children, three through birth and four through adoption. She served on the Board of Directors of The Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh) for nine years. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Paul, their youngest child, and two dogs.
Michael Trout & Lori Thomas: The Jonathon Letters - Part 1 Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part one of their discussion, Karen, Michael and Lori discuss the book they co-wrote, The Jonathon Letters. Part two will be released on Tuesday, March 24th.


 


Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.
 
The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
Michael Trout & Lori Thomas: The Jonathon Letters - Part 2 Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part two of their discussion, Karen, Michael and Lori conclude their conversation on the book Michael & Lori co-wrote, The Jonathon Letters.


 


Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.
 
The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
Michael Trout & Lori Thomas: Mediations For Foster & Adoptive Parents - Part 1 Karen Doyle Buckwalter continues her latest series of conversations with Michael Trout, this time with returning guest Lori Thomas also joining the conversation. In part one of their discussion, Karen, Michael and Lori discuss his CD The Hope Filled Parent: Mediations for Foster & Adoptive Parents of Children Who Have Been Harmed. Part two will be released on Tuesday, March 10th.


 


Michael Trout founded The Infant-Parent Institute, a private clinical practice, consultation and training facility dedicated to understanding the relationship between early social experiences and how our lives form. Now retired, Mr. Trout remains active as an author and regular speaker on early development and problems of attachment.
 
The videos, books and accompanying study guides discussed in throughout the podcasts are available exclusively through The TKC Store.
Lori Thomas: The Importance of Therapy for Foster & Adoptive Families - Part 2 Karen Buckwalter welcomes Lori Thomas, MA, as they conclude their discussion on the importance of therapy for foster and adoptive families. Lori Thomas is a counselor in residency with Emmaus Family Counseling Center. Thomas is a co-author on The Jonathan Letters with Michael Trout in 2005, and a contributing author on the Attachment Theory in Action: Building Connections Between Children and Parents book in 2018. Both books are available on tkcchaddock.org.

Lori works from an attachment-focused perspective. With the understanding that attachment develops in early childhood, and dysfunctional patterns may develop based on early experiences, Lori believes that nurturing healthy attachments is integral to the healing process. This attachment-focused work is especially geared towards counseling children and their parents. Children who have experienced trauma, are in the foster care system, or are adopted are some of her favorite clients.

Lori has an extensive history working with children who have experienced trauma, beginning as a foster and adoptive parent, which led to her interest in entering the field of counseling. Lori has completed many trainings, including a 40-hour Nurturing Attachments Postgraduate Training by Deborah Gray. She also earned certificates in Crisis Pregnancy Coaching through Light University. In addition to co-authoring The Jonathan Letters (2005), and contributing to Attachment Theory In Action, she is also a contributing author to The Hope-Filled Parent (2008), Hope for Healing (2011). She is an active advocate and public speaker on children’s issues. She is the mother of seven children, three through birth and four through adoption. She served on the Board of Directors of The Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh) for nine years. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Paul, their youngest child, and two dogs.
10 Lori Thomas - Youth First This week we got to have a conversation with Lori Thomas, the Executive Director of Youth First.

-- Lori started working with kids as a Young Life volunteer in college, 1979. (40 years ago)

---graduated from UNR, taught English and coached at Reed High School for 4 years

---went on YL staff and was Area Director in this area for 21 years

---taught alternative and Adult Ed part-time with Washoe County School District 20-ish years at various schools

--worked @ Truckee Meadows Boys & Girls Club as director of teen centers for 3 years, while deciding what I wanted to be when I grew up. ☺

--Started Youth First in 2010 as Executive Director


I oversee operations of four ministry teams (listed below), recruit, train and deploy volunteers and ministry helpers, oversee fundraisers, network with our community partners, and mentor young adults and young moms.


Youth First is a non-denominational outreach that works within the context of mentoring and relationship-building to bring the gospel to kids and families in generational poverty and the urban parts of our city. We also mentor in terms of life skills, with homework help, emergency referrals, financial education, etc.


YF MINISTRY “CLUBS”
-- 1010 Moms Club (Moms in their 20’s or teens)
-- KFC (Kids First Club—an elementary school on Denslowe Dr / Lemelson Stem neighborhood)
--Young Adults (kids coming out of Hug High)
--Hug High YF club
Living a LIfe of Style and Passions - A Conversation with Lori Thomas Personal Style Consultant, Teacher and&nbsp;multi-passionate woman, Lori Thomas shares her story of how she helps people connect to their personality through style. She shows us how she teaches her clients to showcase and communicate their confidence, beauty and mood through style and feeling their best. She offers great styling tips but also great life tips to help us want to show and take pride in how we FEEL about ourselves.&nbsp;
I loved this conversation because Lori showed me that my time is always now. I don't have to wait until my kids are older to prioritize myself. Working and listening to Lori you will never stand in your closet again and say, "I have nothing to wear!" Let's make styling fun, affordable and less time consuming #yesplease
Put your hands up Mamas, Lori is here to tell us, we can look and feel good, and our time is NOW.&nbsp;
You can connect with Lori HERE or on IG @stylesmarts&nbsp;
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