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Navigating Relationships: Talking about Tough Stuff

Webinar | Family Education

You may have started this journey with a lot of questions or concerns about establishing relationships with a child's birth family.

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Navigating Pre Existing Conditions

Webinar | Family Education

How does a family decide what situation may be right for them and what may be to much? Where do you even start? This training will help families who are considering...

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Interrupting the Cycle of Intense Emotions

Webinar | Family Education

During this 90-minute webinar, presenter Maris Blechner will help adoptive parents make sense of, and deal with, these intense emotions. She will share how to interrupt...

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Infant Resilience

Webinar | Family Education

During this 90-minute webinar, Stephanie Grant, developmental psychologist and licensed professional counselor, explores the effect of trauma in pregnancy and infancy...

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Impacts of Trauma: Parenting Through the Hard Times

Webinar | Family Education

You know that many children have experienced different forms trauma and that this can have lasting effects on their lives but now you need to know what to do.

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I'm Caring For a Child - Now What?

Webinar | Family Education

You have invested and spent a lot of time and energy to get to this point. As this child joins your family, you want the transition to be as smooth as possible for...

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Help You Embrace Openness in Adoption

Webinar | Family Education

By now, you probably know why you should do open adoption, but the question you may still have is how? This webinar helps you de-mystify open adoption..

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Grief and Loss in Adoption

Webinar | Family Education

Participants will learn how each part of the adoption triad experiences loss and grief, how adoption affects children and how grief is seen in their behaviors...

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Helping Adopted Children Increase Executive Functioning

Webinar | Family Education

Executive functions in the brain help children develop skills of teamwork, decision-making, critical thinking, adaptability, and emotional intelligence. Many children with a history of prenatal exposures, stress/trauma, and foster care or adoption have learning difficulties, especially problems with higher-order learning. This talk will help you identify lagging executive skills and support children better, at home and at school.

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Care for the Caregiver

Webinar | Family Education

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