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Tracy has worked in the adoption field for over 12 years as an advocate for both birth parents and prospective adoptive parents. Tracy has facilitated countless adoption plans and helped people navigate through the pre and post adoption process with compassion and insight. She has a great deal of experience educating people on the topic of adoption and has hosted and presented at multiple adoption workshops and trainings.
Social Services Director
Laurie is a licensed mental health counselor, who has specialized in adoption related services for 20 years. She has worked with countless adoptive parents, birth parents and adopted children, providing them with support and guidance on their life long adoption journey. She is a well respected clinician and is often invited to present and educate professionals and parents on the topic of adoption. Laurie is a professional member of the Adoptive Families of the Capital Region.
Casey focuses her law practice on adoption and has experience representing birth parents, adoptive parents and adoption agencies in all type of adoptions. Casey has been working with Adoption Choices of New York since 2017. She is also an Adoption Fellow of the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys
Click each step below to read more:
1. Considering adoption
2. Adoption Homestudy
3. New York Court Certification (Recommended)
5. Relationship of Expectant and Prospective Adoptive Parent
6. Birth and Placement
7. Interstate Placement on the Placement of Children (ICPC)
8. Post Placement Supervision
10. Lifecycle – Parenting
Virginia Frank is an adoption attorney accredited since 1991 with the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. Ms. Frank is a leader in the field of private adoption and has completed over 4,000 adoptions in her career. Ms. Frank has a law degree from Oklahoma City University and a BA in both Political Science and Communications from the University of Oklahoma.
Once the agreements and fees have been returned to Adoption Choices of New York, you will receive a full set of additional forms and required document list.
Because you may want to start collecting documents, the following documents list is provided:
You will be provided with additional forms, based on the services you are requesting and type of adoption you are doing.
Kathy Ann Brodsky, LCSW is a New York and New Jersey licensed social worker, adoptive mom and advocate for ethical adoption practice. She has prepared thousands of adoption homestudies, counseled adoptive parents and parents-to-be, and has trained professionals to work with adoptive families. She was Director of the Ametz Adoption Program of JCCA (March 1992 to March 2015), Head Writer for Adoption.net and a member of the Advisory Board for POV’s Adoption Series. She is currently a member of the Adoption Advisory Board of Path2Parenthood and active in the Adoptive Parents Committee in New York (including being the 2016 Conference Keynote). She was named an “Angel in Adoption” by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption in 2001. Her ADOPTION MAVEN BLOG is devoted to adoptive parenting. She lives in New York City where she has a private practice specializing in adoption and adoptive parenting.