"This is one of the few books in the field that presents strategies to overcome practically every situation that foster parents come in contact with." --Cora E. White, President, National Foster Parent Association
About the Author
Richard Delaney is a psychologist who has worked with foster, kinship, and adoptive parents over the past thirty years. He is a consultant to private and public foster and adoptive agencies. Delaney is a father and stepfather living in Colorado.
Frank Kunstal is a psychologist with broad experience in evaluation and treatment of seriously disturbed children and families. He is a consultant to social welfare agencies, school districts, correctional facilities, and the court systems.