Review of the movie, Lion. Lion is a powerful film. It’s engaging and gripping. It will draw some tears. It’s also remarkably healthy from an adoption perspective. more

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Book review of Adoption at the Movies: A Year of Adoption-Friendly Movie Nights to Get Your Family Talking. more

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Book review of Two Peas in a Separated Pod: A True Story of Adoption. more

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Book review of God and Jetfire: Confessions of a Birth Mother more

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Amy Sugeno, LCSW, sings her original song about adoption, "A Thousand Times." more

Social Work Month 2015 3 Comments

Through the use of strengths and empowerment perspectives, social workers are in a unique position to support all members of the adoption triad, including birth parents, child, and adoptive parents. more

Practice 6 Comments

The Universal Accreditation Act extends the safeguards provided by Hague accreditation to orphans born in countries that are not signatories to the Hague Adoption Convention, their adoptive parents, and birth parents. more


Angela was adopted at a very young age from foster care. Her adoption was transracial. It also was considered a “special needs” adoption—Angela had serious medical conditions, and doctors suggested that she might not be able to walk. more

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