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A new documentary follows three lesbian families as they fight for equality in Alabama. Watch a trailer and learn more about the still-ongoing struggle for relationship and parenting equality in this state. The documentary, co-directed and co-produced by Lara Embry and Carolyn Sherer, gives us a glimpse into the lives of these families at the height of the battle for federal marriage equality—but also reminds us that marriage is only part of the picture:.
While families headed by same-sex couples have achieved greater public visibility in recent years, there are still many challenges for these families in dealing with legal and community contexts that are not supportive of same-sex relationships. The Work, Love, Play study is a large longitudinal study of same-sex parents. It aims to investigate many facets of family life among this sample and examine how they change over time. The study focuses specifically on two key areas missing from the current literature: factors supporting resilience in same-sex parented families; and health and wellbeing outcomes for same-sex couples who undergo separation, including the negotiation of shared parenting arrangements post-separation.
NFRC has provided educational programs and clinical services to children, teens and adults for the past 25 years and has worked with more than 24, clients. In addition to providing direct services, the center trains family law attorneys, children's court-appointed attorneys, judges and mental health professionals. NFRC members serve as advocates for children and parents, and also train and work with children, teen and adult volunteer peer counselors who provide needed support to others.
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She has been the Executive Director of a therapeutic school in Philadelphia for 8 years, working with schools, students and their families. Carolyn has also worked at a group practice in Springfield prior to moving to Montgomery County. Her experience includes working with children, tweens, teens, new moms and familiesaddressing depression, anxiety, trauma, low self-esteem, building frustration tolerance, behavior management, navigating school challenges and parenting.
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