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Estimated: 1 1/2 Hours
You know talking about adoption is important -- but sometimes life isn't that agreeable. A complicated story, a lack of facts or information that's hard to share with your child can make talking about adoption really tough.
Our expert is joined by Carmen Knight, an adult adopted person. Carmen gives real life examples of how her parents incorporated adoption into her life — even when it wasn't an easy task.
Join Jayne Schooler as she discusses how to tackle tough talks when:
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Jayne E. Schooler, is a national and international trainer in the field of adoption and foster care. She has been recognized by a number of state and national awards. She is the author/co-author of six books in field of child welfare including her newest: Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Parents. Jayne's international work takes both her and her husband, David regularly to Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Poland. Recently, two of her books have been translated into Russian and Polish. She and her husband are parents by birth and adoption and she holds a Master's Degree in Life Issues Counseling.Learn More
Carmen Knight is an international transracial adoptee from Peru. She has her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Carmen has been working in the adoption community since 2006, and is currently working as an adoptive parent counselor at The Cradle.
Some of her past experiences in the adoption field include working at culture camps and adoptee camps, leading classes and seminars on adoption topics at conferences and for various adoption agencies, speaking on adoptee panels, and helping families prepare logistically and emotionally for touring their child's country of birth.
Carmen has also provided emotional support to families and individuals doing birth searches and reunions. Her encompassing knowledge aligned with her passion has guided countless families who have come together through adoption.Learn More
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