Adoption can not only heighten existing life challenges, but also add new ones to a family’s life. Our therapists work with children, teens and parents, both one-on-one and together, to provide the support to overcome them.
Foster care can be challenging for children who enter an unfamiliar household, usually under traumatic circumstances. It can be equally challenging for parents who seek to provide a stable, loving environment. We help ease this transition for everyone involved.
Kinship families – children who are raised by a family member – face similar challenges as other adoptive families. We help all members of kinship families work through these challenges.
Adoption-related challenges often appear at significant life transitions such as marriage, pregnancy or parenthood. They also come to the forefront when individuals who have been adopted consider searching and reuniting with their birth parents. Our therapists support and counsel adult adoptees as these concerns arise.
If you are considering adoption as an option for your unborn child, you don’t have to do it alone. We will help you decide whether or not to pursue an adoption, and if you do, we will be at your side throughout the process.
If your child has been adopted or placed in foster care, you may be profoundly affected by that experience. We help you and your family manage these deep emotions.
If you are considering adopting a child, working with C.A.S.E. early in the process will help you identify and resolve initial questions and conflicts. We help families of all kinds navigate the adoption process.