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Brothers And Sisters In Adoption

Estimated: 1 1/2 Hours

A Discussion With The Experts

Arleta James discusses helping children navigate relationships when new kids join the family. Our experts share transition tips and strategies for welcoming a toddler or school aged child home, focusing on preparing brothers and sisters prior to adoption and the first year after adoption.

Our experts will discuss:

1. Transitioning new family members (sleeping, eating, culture)

2. Preparing and integrating brothers and sisters

3. Attachment and expectations

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Our Expert:

Arleta James

Arleta James has been an adoption professional for fifteen years. She spent several years as a caseworker for the Pennsylvania Statewide Adoption Network placing foster children with adoptive families and she now works as a therapist providing services for attachment difficulties, childhood trauma and issues related to adoption. She was the 1999 Pennsylvania Adoption Professional of the Year. She is currently on staff at the Attachment and Bonding Center of Ohio.

She is the author of the 2012 Jessica-Kingsley Publishers' release Brothers and Sisters in Adoption: Helping Children Navigate Relationships When New Kids Join the Family.

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