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Corinna Lohser

Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children

Corinna Lohser oversees Birth Parent outreach and advocacy for Spence-Chapin Services to Families and Children, an adoption agency with a 100-year history in New York City and additional sites in Long Island and New Jersey. She has her Master’s in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a concentration in health policy and management. Corinna has also recently developed an infant adoption training curriculum for the New York State Nurses Association and a reference tool for providers that has been distributed widely in New York and New Jersey. She oversees the Adoption Access Network that partners abortion and family planning providers with adoption resources throughout the country.


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When Options Counseling Starts Where Each Option Ends

Corinna Lohser

Whatever option a conflicted patient facing unintended pregnancy ultimately lands on, she faces some form of loss as a result. To help women ambivalent about what choice is best we should ask which type of loss would be most manageable for them: that of a termination, an adoption or the loss of parenting?

Putting the Option in Adoption

Corinna Lohser

One of President Obama's key common ground proposals focuses on making adoption more accessible. But what does that mean? And how do reproductive health and justice advocates work towards accomplishing the goal?

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