Adoptee Tween/Teen Movie Group

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in Announcements | 0 comments

FACILITATOR: ASTRID DABBENI

Astrid is the Executive Director and co-founder of Adoption Mosaic. She has worked in adoptions since the early 1990’s.  Her life-long interest in adoption is rooted in her own adoption at the age of four with her older sister from Colombia.

How often have you gone to a theater and unexpectedly found yourself watching a movie that was “dripping” with adoption (like the ones listed below)?  How many times have you left the theater with questions about the film and how it addressed adoption?  This is an opportunity to watch some of these films with other adoptees followed by a facilitated discussion focused on adoption.  Adoption Mosaic’s Tween/Teen Movie Group seeks to create a collective space where adoptees can learn from each other, build community, and find support.

This Adoptee Tween/Teen Movie Group is being offered for the first time EVER!  Sign up today for this group which begins October 2013.

  • Meet the Robinsons
  • Elf
  • Somewhere Between
  • Kung Fu Panda (II)

DATES / TIME:

Parent Orientation:  October 14th, 7-9 PM

Movie Groups:  October 18th, November 15th, December 20th, January 17th, February 21st, and March 14th

LOCATION:

SE UpLift Building
3534 SE Main Street, Portland, OR

COST (For the Entire Series)

Includes a parent orientation and parent debrief: $200  (Current cost is $125 for the remaining groups)

info@adoptionmosaic.org

971.533.0102
3534 SE Main Street
Portland, Oregon 97214

Cancellation Policy:

14 days prior to the event: full refund

13-7 days: transfer funds to another workshop

72 hours or less: no refund

For details review our cancellation policy.

Adoption Mosaic is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded by those touched by adoption to offer support, education and resources for the adoption community. Adoption Mosaic is not associated with any adoption agency, nor does it make recommendations about agencies or specific types of adoption. We value diversity, openness and honesty in adoption.