Online Courses
of Dr. Gindis
Questions & Answers
BGCenter Online School offers courses, publications, presentations and workshops that help to prepare
parents and professionals for dealing with behavioral, emotional, developmental and educational needs of internationally adopted older children. All this information comes from professionals, who work with internationally adopted children on a daily basis as psychologists, researchers, therapists, and speech/language pathologists. These are people who are licensed and experienced in providing related clinical services to international adoptees. They also are known to the adoption community as the authors of books and
articles on key adoption issues.
    The courses offer a practical guide for adoptive parents on how to handle special needs of a post-institutionalized older child adopted internationally. All online courses are interactive, and you can ask the instructor - a psychologist specializing in international adoption - questions related to the subject of the course.
    A growing list of free access presentations (currently 9) on varies aspects of pre-adoption preparation and post-adoption services. You can find out what specialists look for in the pictures and documents you have for your prospective child; the details on what information to bring back from your trip to Russia; what is sensory integration that children with traumatic experiences in their background often lack; templates of documents for requesting a bilingual psychological or speech and language assessment for your child and advice on where to look for private school placement.
Each Newsletter features the latest articles from the authors of International Adoption Articles Directory, commentary and reviews of varies issues of international adoption.
of selected resources that can help you find answers to your adoption related questions
Psychological issues of older internationally adopted children: courses and publications
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