Becoming a Multiracial Family: Helping Your Child Form a Healthy Sense of Identity

As a parent who may be a different ethnicity than your adopted child, do you recognize the challenges of growing up an ethnic minority? Help your child learn strategies for dealing with stereotyping, self-image and identity issues. Presented by WACAP's past Vice President of Social Services, MaryAnn Curran. 40 min. Registration fee: $20.


Mar 3, 18

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