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So now you’ve done your search and successfully found your birth mother or father. And best of all, he or she is amenable to meeting. Perhaps you’ve exchanged letters, emails or a phone call. What’s the best way to proceed?
Finding an adoption competent therapist is harder than it sounds. Adoptees may have unique challenges to work through, and a general understanding of trauma is not the same as a specific understanding of adoption.
These two things are both important, but can’t always co-exist. Adoptees have a need (and a right) to know their history. Does a birth parent’s desire for privacy still matter more, like it used to:?