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We caught up with Laura Taylor, Clinical Supervisor at Madison Adoption Associates (MAA) and TBRI Certified Practitioner, to chat with her about Nurture Groups…specifically the Nurture Group that MAA is starting on September 20!
We invite you to join us at our Nurture Group to learn TBRI (Trust Based Relational Intervention) based techniques that will nourish your bond with your child, and hers with you. Laura Taylor, our Clinical Supervisor and TBRI Certified Practitioner, will lead the group and teach you different techniques that you can utilize to strengthen your connection with your child.
Open to: Parents (adoptive, biological, foster, step, waiting) and their children 4-years-old and older (adoptive, biological, foster, step). **Due to the one-on-one, instructional nature of this group, only bring one child per parent please**
When: Thursday, October 18 & Thursday, November 15
6:30pm – 7:30pm
**2019 dates TBD**
Where: Madison Adoption Associates
1102 Society Drive
Claymont, DE 19703
RSVP: Space is limited. RSVP required. Please complete and submit the RSVP form
Cost: $20/family when paid in advance. $30/family at the door. When paying in advance, please print and sign the RSVP form, and mail in with check to: Madison Adoption Associates, 1102 Society Drive, Claymont, DE 19703. Please put ‘Nurture Group’ in the memo. We are sorry, but we are unable to accept credit card payments at this time.
Madison Adoption Associates is a Hague accredited, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to bring hope, love, and a permanent family to children in need. By serving children and families through domestic and international adoption, our work is guided by the following core principles: Conducting our business activities with our heart first and an unwavering commitm...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency 1102 Society Drive Delaware
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