Webinar:Adult Adoptees of Color Panel
Adult Adoptees of Color Panel
Hear from adopted adults about their adoption journey including the role their first/birth parents/families have had in their lives and understanding of their own identity. Too often in the adoption field, the adoptee perspective is subordinated to that of the adoptive parent. Pact believes that adults with first-hand experience are the truest experts on that experience. The voices of adopted adults of color born both domestically and internationally, adopted transracially and in same race placements, will be featured. They will address issues including open adoption, talking about adoption, first/birth family, challenges of adoption, strengths of adoption and more.
Participants will be able to:
Instructor: Katie Wynen, MSW
Position: Adoption Social Worker
Experience: Katie is an MSW, with 13 years of experience working with adoptees, birth/first parents and adoptive families. Katie works directly with families in transracial adoptions and families in same race adoptions. Katie runs a group for adult adoptees of color and has experience in working with adopted youth in group settings. Katie is an international, transracial adoptee.
$36 per person
25% membership discount
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