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Monday Evening Speaker Series

Monday, January 25, 2021
8:00 pm9:00 pm
Virtual using Google Meet
Monday Evening Speaker Series

Those that registered for this presentation: A zoom link will be sent to everyone who registered for this session this afternoon. The email will come from Julius Jackson at julius.jackson@adoptionnetwork.org.
If you registered and do not see the email in your inbox by 4:00 pm, please check your junk mailbox. If you have any problems, please email:
Julius at julius.jackson@adoptionnetwork.org or Betsie at betsie.norris@adoptionnetwork.org.

**We have reached capacity for this event. A video of the interview will be available next week for viewing on this page: https://www.adoptionnetwork.org/service-areas/education-community-outreach/monday-evening-speaker-series.html

The Link Between Adoption Trauma and Generational Trauma - Why We All Need to Come Out of the Fog

As the country becomes more trauma-informed, the timing is perfect to build awareness about adoption trauma. It’s of paramount importance that we no longer exclude the relinquishment that allows the adoption to occur. We must also examine how we are all affected by generational trauma and how it persists. Traci Onders interviews Moses Farrow in this special Speaker series event about his personal and professional experiences with adoption trauma and how he links it with generational trauma.

About Moses Farrow, LMFT
Moses Farrow, LMFT is an Adoption Trauma Therapist, with over 20 years in the mental health field. He is on a mission to save adoptee lives, sharing his personal experiences as a survivor of abuse, suicide, and suicide loss. He has also become an outspoken advocate for mental health, suicide prevention and adoption reform. Most recently, he has produced videos and gave his first newspaper interview about his family and work. He has also begun the #truthislouder movement which encourages adoptees to speak their truths and inviting everyone to help save adoptee lives.