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Deborah H. Johnson

ADOPTION EXPERT Q&A WEBINAR:
Parenting in Transracial Adoption

An adult adoptee and adoption expert answers question from parents who have adopted children transracially.

Deborah H. Johnson is a Korean American adoptee and mother of two adult children. She has been an adoption professional for more 25 years, working with adoptive families and adoptees in a variety of pre- and post-adoption settings. She is currently CEO and Director of Programs for the heritage travel company Kindred Journeys International.

In her Parenting in Transracial Adoption expert webinar, Deborah Johnson addresses parents' questions, including:
  • How do I start talking about racial differences with my child?
  • What can I say to friends or family members who make racially insensistive comments?
  • How can we find adult role models of our child's race?
  • My daughter keeps saying she wishes she were blond, like the rest of the family - help!
  • And many more
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Read what people are saying about Deborah Johnson's webinar:
  • "Deborah shared some amazing information, and I especially loved the way she worded phrases that will be very useful when I speak to my own children or speak to others about my kids' ethnicity and culture."
  • "Great webinar! I enjoyed hear Deborah speak...she sounded very knowledgable, level-headed, kind, and professional. Thank you!"
  • "I'm a white mom who has been parenting a black child for over six years now and there were still some topics I hadn't considered."
  • "I loved hearing the perspective of an adult international adoptee. It's one thing to hear about theory and quite another to hear from someone who has been through the experience."

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