Fe Anam Avis is an entrepreneurial humanitarian. After working in satellite reconnaissance and pastoral ministry for two decades, he turned his skill set and experience to addressing a variety of human needs. He has created sustainable movements focused on faith communities in transition, the suicidal, victims of domestic violence, the internationally displaced, and abandoned HIV children. In 2018, he recognized the growing problem of older parents estranged from their adult children. In 2019, he founded the PEAK Support Network (Parents of Estranged Adult Kids), and published a resource by that title. Since then he has connected with hundreds of estranged parents, led multiple recovery groups, and conducted SPEAK training for therapists, clergy, life care professionals, and financial planners. He is the author of twenty books, and several blogs.
|Fri 12:00pm - 12:50pm||Recovering from the Trauma of Parental Estrangement||Convo Table 04|