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AdoptChange in Australia

Editor, Thomas Graham, Australian Journal of Adoption Senator’s Seselja and Lindgren have come out in support of AdoptChange; letters seeking support for family preservation have also been sent to other Senators. Author Thomas Graham, Editor of Australian Journal of Adoption, recently penned his concerns to the above Senators. I urge all concerned to do the same. Read his letter here: Dear Senator Gallagher During your time as Chief Minister of the ACT you will recall

Primal Wound Treatment Workshop

PRIMAL WOUND feature film workshop details are here! We’re looking for actors to workshop a feature film treatment, Primal Wound, into script so this is not your usual parrot lines and play a role. This workshop is going to make you think and use your creative skills. It is also not a casting call but if we see that you are a fit for a role, we will certainly ask if you would like it.

Your Child is Missing. Would you want their adoption to be easier?

Your child is missing. Would you want their adoption to be easier? Patricia Fronek, Griffith University Imagine for one moment your child went missing. It’s a common enough event worldwide for today, May 25, to be declared International Missing Children’s Day. Surely you would expect no stone to be left unturned to find your child – even if took six months, a year, or two. But how would you feel if your child was permanently

The Psychology of Adoption – Adoptees Pt2

The Psychology of Adoption – Adoptees Pt2 The psychology of adoption. To begin at the beginning with the follow on of the pre-memory family for an adoptee from Pt1. People who are not adopted at birth, but adopted later, have what is called a pre-memory, to varying degrees, depending on what age they were adopted. This is described as having experienced life prior to adoption. A person adopted at birth or several days after, has

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