Supporting Parents Remotely Since 1995

Listen to Your NonProfit Life Podcast

Supporting Parents Remotely Since 1995

Julie Beem, ATN’s Executive Director was the featured non-profit leader of Episode 9 of Your NonProfit Life. Listen in to hear how ATN has survived, evolved, and ultimately thrived these past 25 years, and why Julie takes this “work of the heart” so seriously.

My guest’s life changed completely when she and her husband, already parents, fell in love with a sweet little girl who was living her worst life at an orphanage in China. They soon learned that unconditional love and proven parenting practices were not enough for their newly adopted daughter.

In desperation, they reached out via telephone to a relatively new organization run by a former veterinarian who knew how to help them understand attachment disorder and how to adapt their parenting towards healing the trauma.

Julie Beem began her relationship with the Attachment & Trauma Network as a parent in need of support and advice. It wasn’t long until she began volunteering, and eventually she was hired as the first Executive Director, following the founder and helping to guide the organization into new territory with an annual conference for teachers! Not only that, but they just landed a huge grant to help them expand their online services.

📌 Check out our Pinterest Board for Trauma-Informed Parenting Tips

🎧 Click here to listen to this week’s episode

Share ATN News

Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
LinkedIn

Like this post, search for more by keyword or category.

Sort by Category

More ATN News

Advocacy
Advocacy
Lorraine Schneider

CTIPP Policy Announcement

ATN is excited to announce that the US House Appropriations Committee has included $1 billion toward school mental health staff and language for trauma-informed schools.  The bill is headed toward the US House for a full vote and then on

Read More »
ATN Staff at the TSS 2022 Conference
ATN News
Attachment & Trauma Network

Thanks for a GREAT TSS2022ATN

The 5th Annual Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools Conference was a fantastic example of being flexible and relational on so many levels.  This year’s conference was an asynchronous hybrid, meaning that some attendees joined us in-person in Houston for our pre-conference sessions

Read More »