PLEASE NOTE - This course does NOT provide social work CE credits OR New York contact hours.
NCFA is pleased to be joined in this roundtable discussion by four adult Asian adoptees including Cam Lee Small, MS LPCC and founder of Therapy Redeemed; Glenn Morey, documentary filmmaker; Janine Osterink, community leader for adoption, racial diversity and inclusion; and Sarah Bernstein, rising junior at the University of Pennsylvania. Panelists shared from their lived experiences to address how anti-Asian racism has and continues to impact the adoption community, and specifically Asian American adoptees. Adopted individuals will be supported in their own experiences of racism and be provided with strategies for self-care. Also discussed is how adoptive parents can best support their children and help them in processing the racism they experience. Finally, panelists shared advice and expertise for the adoption professionals working with these individuals and their families.
Webinar length: 60 minutes
Original webinar date: August 3, 2021
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