Stef Loveland is deeply passionate about Jesus, people, and adoption. As a momma, wife, friend, daughter, and counselor, Stef is grateful to pursue all three. Adopted twice, once by the Lord, and once by her parents, Stef is given great hope by the story adoption tells and she loves to share this good news. Stef and her husband West adore their son Shepherd, and are thrilled to continue building their family through adoption.
Stef is counselor and loves her job at a high school in Kansas. She is also a public speaker, and is writing her first adoption book, Kept-Not Borrowed. She holds a M.S in Community Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and School Counseling from John Brown University. Additionally she holds her B.S. in Elementary Education from Pittsburg State University and spent a year studying leadership and Bible at the Kanakuk Institute.
Cindy R. Lee
Cindy Lee, (LCSW, LADC ) specializes in providing counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults, treating a wide variety of issues. She is a TBRI trained professional and maintains a private practice in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cindy is the co-founder and Executive Director of the HALO Project, which is a 10-week intensive intervention for foster and adopt families. She has also published a series of children’s books based on the valuable lessons of TBRI, including Baby Owl lost her Whoo, It’s Tough to be Gentle: A Dragon’s Tale, Doggie Doesn’t Know No, and others.