Kris Probasco to Present at Adoption Congress Annual Meeting

Liberty, MO and Overland Park, KS – March 25, 2014 – Kris A. Probasco, LCSW, LSCSW, Executive Director of Adoption and Fertility Resources will present a session at the annual American Adoption Congress in San Francisco April 9-13, 2014.

Probasco, who has been working in the field of adoption for 40 years, will be presenting ‘The Science of Secrecy’ in collaboration with Thomas Rector, BioSocial Cognition. Rector is a National Speaker and Workshop Presenter on the “BioSocial Cognition” theory. Probasco is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the States of Missouri and Kansas and has practiced in the States of Missouri and Kansas since 1972.

This workshop will focus on the unanswered questions that both adopted and donor conceived people face, “Who Am I and Where Do I Belong?”

Adoption and Fertility Resources, based in Liberty, MO with an office in Overland Park, KS offers counseling services and adoption services for both domestic and embryo adoption. Kris Probasco established the first regionally-based embryo adoption program in the nation and works closely as a consultant with the Embryo Adoption Awareness Center (

The American Adoption Congress promotes honesty, openness and respect for family connections in adoption, foster care and assisted reproduction. For additional information about the conference, please visit their website at

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