At Adoptees Connect we strive to make a difference in the lives of Adult Adoptees and those impacted by Adoption.
We all need support every now and then. Connecting with other Adult Adoptees who understand is a life changing experience. Even if they are at different stages of their adoption journey, they’ll understand what it is you’re going through and be able to give you the encouragement you need to keep going.
Adoptees Connect Groups help many people cope with the emotional aspects of being adopted by providing a safe place to share their feelings and challenges. They also allow people to learn from others facing similar situations.
At Adoptees Connect we’re focused and dedicated on building lifelong relationships with one another. By creating these safe spaces for each other while planning fun activities, hosting small group monthly meetings and walking life out together, we hope these relationships will grow and help us all heal together. Adoptees Connect is where adoptee voices meet.
Are you an adoptee? Join us for the 1st Adoptees Connect Tulsa in person meet up on Tuesday, June 20, 6 pm until 7:30 or 8pm. We are tentatively going to meet at Mother Road Market. Please go to the Adoptees connect Tulsa Facebook page and RSVP if you plan on attending. https://facebook.com/events/s/june-meet-up/3498052627189222/?mibextid=RQdjqZ
Our first meeting will be a casual meet and greet. If you plan on eating there, please come a little early and order your food so we can start promptly at 6pm. We will go over the guidelines at the beginning of the meeting. We will also have resources for you to take with you.
We hope to see you there!
This year-long program, designed by the Center for Adoption Support and Education alongside a team of national experts, includes classroom and remote instruction as well as clinical case consultation to assist participants in mastering 18 areas of knowledge, values and skills critical to adoption competent mental health services. It is recognized by the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare for promising research evidence and accredited by the Institute of Credentialing Excellence (ICE).
Leslie brought the Training for Adoption Competency when she realized a fourth of her patients weren't showing improvement with traditional therapy practices. In her desire to help others, she formed a group that looked into the common issues that were going unresolved in their patients. They discovered that these patients were adopted. This started her on the path to find ways to help an underserved segment of families. Leslie also has experience as a teacher in the public school setting and provides psychotherapy in the home, school, and clinic based settings. She grew up watching Mr. Rogers who was quoted saying, "The greatest thing that we can do is help someone know that they are loved and capable of being loved." With this as a driving motivator, Leslie passionately leads Family Hope House toward becoming a cornerstone for adoption competent and trauma informed practice in the state of Oklahoma.
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