New Blog Post – Wish List for the Future of Child Protective Services

September 25, 2012 | by Raelene Freitag

Insoo Kim Berg used a “miracle question” to help families develop hope for their futures, and to begin to see possible concrete steps to move them closer to their dreams. If we asked a “miracle question” about the child protection system, it would be something like this: “Imagine you wake up tomorrow and find that a miracle happened over night—the child protective services system is now the best possible system, and everything is working better than we ever could have imagined. When you look around, what exactly do you notice that lets you know the miracle occurred?”

Insoo Kim Berg used a “miracle question” to help families develop hope for their futures, and to begin to see possible concrete steps to move them closer to their dreams. If we asked a “miracle question” about the child protection system, it would be something like this: “Imagine you wake up tomorrow and find that a miracle happened over night—the child protective services system is now the best possible system, and everything is working better than we ever could have imagined. When you look around, what exactly do you notice that lets you know the miracle occurred?”

Click here to read this blog post by Raelene Freitag, which is the first in a series of answers to that question.