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IAG 017: How adoption consultants can help you with Nicole Witt from The Adoption Consultancy

 

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by Tim Elder in Archives, Domestic Adoption, Podcast

In this episode, we talk about adoption consultants – and how they can help you on the domestic infant adoption journey.adoptionconsultancywithNicoleWitt

Are you feeling stuck or overwhelmed on your domestic infant adoption journey? Have you considered working with an adoption consultant?

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that 100% of hopeful adoptive families have either felt stuck or overwhelmed (or both) at some point during the process of adopting. My wife and I have adopted twice and I know we’ve been there.

In this episode, we talk with Nicole Witt, the Executive Director of The Adoption Consultancy. She is here to help us understand what adoption consultants do and how they can keep hopeful adoptive families from getting overwhelmed or stuck.

Nicole and her husband went through infertility before having their two children. She is a frequent speaker on adoption and is recognized as an adoption information source.

She’s been interviewed by all sorts of media including Fox News, World News Tonight, CBSNews.com and many others. She is also a professional member of Resolve – which is the National Infertility Association.

The Adoption Consultancy is all about helping you build a family through domestic infant adoption. Nicole and her team are the self proclaimed “wedding planners” of the adoption world (love that analogy).

They are your support team who will help you avoid and overcome the obstacles, disappointments and difficulties along your way to becoming parents through adoption.

 

What you will learn about in this episode:

  • Why Nicole started The Adoption Consultancy.
  • What adoption consultants can do to help build your family through adoption.
  • The difference between an adoption consultant and a facilitator.
  • The average cost of the domestic infant adoptions from Nicole’s experience.
  • Why Nicole believes you can complete your domestic adoption – on average – within 3 to 12 months after your home study is complete.
  • The biggest hurdle for families to overcome on their infant adoption journey.
  • Nicole shares her tips for anyone who is struggling with having to wait to be matched on their adoption journey.
  • How to find out if The Adoption Consultancy can help you!
  • AND MUCH MORE!

Links we talk about in this episode:

QUESTION FOR YOU: Have you worked with an adoption consultant? If yes – please share your experience by leaving a comment here. If not, contact Nicole today!


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4 Comments
  1. Jane Smith says:

    Our state laws make Adoption Consultants illegal. How do childless couples access these resources without breaking our local state’s laws?

  2. Nicole Witt says:

    Hi Jane,

    Although some states have laws that keep residents from working with facilitators, anyone can work with a consultant.

    Sincerely,
    Nicole

  3. Elizabeth says:

    How much does it cost to adopt a baby because me and my husband would like to adopt a baby soon we can’t have kids together but I have two of my own by different daddy’s we would love to adopt a baby

  4. Tim says:

    Hi Elizabeth,
    This is a tough question to answer because it really depends on how you go about adopting. If you work with an adoption agency and want to adopt a newborn, it will likely cost $20,000 to $30,000 because of attorney fees, social worker fees, agency fees, possible expectant mom expenses, advertising fees, etc.
    If you work with an adoption attorney on a private adoption, you could spend less.
    With domestic infant adoption, your wait time is not predictable since you are going to be chosen by an expectant mom who wants to make an adoption plan for her baby. Hope this helps. There are plenty more resources to help you here: http://www.InfantAdoptionGuide.com/start
    Thanks for your question!

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