Promoting Attachment with Your Child While In Country

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International adoptive parents most often first meet their child when they travel to the child’s birth country for the adoption. What can they do to take advantage of this time in-country to bond with their child? In this course, Rachel Lee, a psychologist and director of adoption for Dillon International’s California office; and Michelle Moreau, a social worker and Post Placement Coordinator & Program Support for Hopscotch Adoptions, discuss how to kickstart bonding during the adoption process.

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