Monday, October 1, 2012 | 7:00pm to 9:00pm
The William Alanson White Institute Parent Center presents an evening
discussion for parents, mental health professionals, and educators
Parenting After Assisted Reproduction: What You Wanted to Know But Were
Afraid to Ask
* What is the best way to tell my child about her/his genetic history?
* Why do I need to tell my child anything at all about a donor?
* Who is the donor? What is she/he like?
* Would meeting the donor tell me something about myself?
Highlights include video interviews with offspring conceived using donor
Moderator - Sheila Feig Brown, Ph.D., Faculty, William Alanson White
Institute; Parent Center Study Group Leader: Clinical Interventions with
First-Time Parents; Editor: What do Mothers Want? Developmental
Perspectives, Clinical Challenges.
Nancy Freeman-Carroll, Psy.D., is a Clinical Psychologist-Psychoanalyst
specializing in support for individuals/families experiencing infertility,
pursuing family creation with assisted conception; post-partum, early
development and parenting.
Anne Malave, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist-Psychoanalyst whose private
practice focuses on all aspects of family-building including infertility,
adoption, and third party reproduction; Chair, RESOLVE National Support
Group Oversight Committee; Group Leader and Columnist, The Adoptive Parents
Committee; Consultant, Reproductive Specialists of New York.
Allison Rosen, Ph.D. is a Psychologist-Psychoanalyst for the New Hope
Fertility Center, Center for Human Reproduction, Reproductive Specialists of
New York, Fertility Preservation Institute, co-founder Fertility
Preservation SIG, ASRM, Member of Advisory Boards of Fertile Hope and
Sharsheret; former Executive Director of RESOLVE; Editor, Frozen Dreams.
Parents will be have ample time to ask questions and participate in the
Monday, October 1, 2012
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Pre-registration: $20 per person/$25 at the door
Register Online now to reserve a space!
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