Is It Adoption, or Is It Life?

Five of the country's top adoption experts discuss adoption therapy and normal childhood development.

Adoption therapy isn't always necessary
Your 7-year-old is going through a tough time. He's having trouble making friends, isn't sleeping well, and won't tell you what's wrong (if anything). Maybe it's just the growing pains of first grade. But a little voice in the back of your head is asking, “Could this be about adoption? Should I take him to a therapist?” When (and whether) to seek outside help for one's child is such a universal dilemma for parents that we decided to present the ...

Five of the country’s top adoption therapists tell us what we need to know to support our children.


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