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Adoption is a legal process through which an individual or a couple becomes the legal parent(s) of a child who is not biologically their own. It involves permanently transferring all the rights and responsibilities of parenthood from the child's biological parents or legal guardians to the adoptive parents.

Once the adoption is finalized, the adoptive parents assume full legal responsibility for the child, including providing for their physical, emotional, and financial needs. In many cases, the adoptive parents also undergo a period of adjustment and transition as they integrate the child into their family and help them adjust to their new environment.

Adoption can be a life-changing experience for both the child and the adoptive parents, offering love, stability, and a chance for a brighter future. It is recognized as a valuable alternative to biological parenthood and an important means of creating or expanding families.

Adoption therapy, also known as adoption counseling or post-adoption therapy, is a specialized form of therapy that focuses on the unique needs and challenges faced by individuals or families involved in the adoption process. It is designed to provide support, guidance, and healing for individuals who have been adopted, adoptive parents, birth parents, and other family members affected by adoption.

The primary goal of adoption therapy is to address the emotional, psychological, and relational aspects related to adoption.