Creating Meaningful Connections: Understanding Adopted Children’s Behaviors
Creating Meaningful Connections: Understanding Adopted Children’s Behaviors from an Attachment and Trauma Informed Perspective
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Have you ever wondered why your adopted children might behave in certain ways? Would you like some tips on how to reduce unwanted behaviors? Increase cooperation? Leave the house with calmness instead of chaos? This workshop will address the underlying causes for some of the behaviors we see in adopted children, using attachment theory and trauma as the basis for understanding.
Kim Olenic, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with adoptive parents, birthparents, and adoptees of all ages in agency and private practice settings. She specializes in the areas of domestic adoption, international adoption and transracial adoption. Kim is also a transracial adoptee, who was adopted from South Korea at the age of three. She has gone through the birth parent search process, and was reunited with her birthmother as a teenager. Her professional training coupled with her personal experience as a transracial adoptee gives her a dynamic understanding of adoption as a lifelong journey.
At door registration $65/ per person
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