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Strategies for Understanding & Parenting Adopted Teens

Many adopted kids seem to have more than their fair share of issues when they reach the adolescent years.  Some youth can suddenly turn on the family/caregivers who adopted them.  Why is that?
This fact sheet includes tips and parenting techniques plus resources for families and workers.

Information presented by:  Amber Morrighan, MA, LMFT

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