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FOR CALIFORNIA FAMILIES: Transracial Adoption – Families with Black and Brown Children Parent Support Group

August 25, 2022 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


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Are you an Adoptive Family living in California?

Register now for the Transracial Adoption: Families with Black and Brown Children Parent Support Group! This 6-week webinar/parent support group will cover the dos, don’ts, and definite don’ts of creating cohesive cross-cultural family, pillars of creating a healthy racial identity, how to deal with racism, and how to confront internal and external White supremacy.
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Additionally, participants will learn ways to embrace African-American culture in authentic ways their homes and act as bridges for their children between the two worlds in which they exist.

Transracial Adoption: Families with Black and Brown Children Parent Support Group will meet via Zoom on Thursdays (Aug. 25th, Sept. 1st, Sept. 8th, Sept. 15th, Sept. 22nd, Sept. 29th) from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm PST. The group series starts with a webinar followed by 5 parent support group sessions.

Presented by Michelle Collins, LCMFT, a licensed marriage and family therapist and a self-proclaimed “auntie” to Black transracial adoptees. As a member of the adoptive constellation and with years of experience supporting transracial families, Michelle will provide an open and honest discussion about why love is not the only ingredient for success for the transracial adoptee and their family. In addition to her work as an adoption-competent therapist, her lived experiences in predominantly white settings add additional insight into the experience of adoptees that she will use as discussion points to increase the adoptive parent’s empathy and understanding.

Contact: Dawn Wilson,