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February_21_2017_Newsletter
#177 The "Zones of Regulation" as a remedial program for internationally adopted children with complex childhood trauma
August_31_2016_Newsletter
#176
Preparing For The Adopted Child's Future
May_18_2016_Newsletter
#175 Psychomotor Agitation with the Anti-Social Content in Internationally Adopted Children and Adolescents
January_5_2016_Newsletter
#174 Transition Planning for Internationally Adopted Adolescents with
Educational Handicapping Conditions
October_19_2015_Newsletter
#173 Thoughts About the Biological Parents of International Adopted Children
February_5_2015_Newsletter
#172 Stealing and Lying in Adopted Children
September_2_2014_Newsletter
#171 The expectations and realities of parenting a post-institutionalized child
March_26_2014_Newsletter
#170
Attention to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
February_24_2014_Newsletter
#169
Child's Behavior Management
February_4_2014_Newsletter
#168
Looking Back at Events in Russian Adoption
January_16_2014_Newsletter
#167
Remember the Tattoo
January_3_2014_Newsletter
#166
Lingering problems with socialization and peer interaction
December_16_2013_Newsletter
#165
Moving out of an orphanage is something not to be underestimated
November_20_2013_Newsletter
#164
Extra-Curriculum Activity for Adopted Child
October_30_2013_Newsletter
#163
Language switch in international adoptees
October_15_2013_Newsletter
#162
Tempo Tantrums in Adopted Children
September_13_2012_Newsletter #161
Adoption professionals talk about their work
August_23_2012_Newsletter
#160
Early family interventions as prevention of escalation of behavioral and emotional problems in internationally adopted children
April_24_2012_Newsletter
#159
Post-Orphanage Behavior in Internationally Adopted Children
March_13_2012_Newsletter
#158
Internationally Adopted Child: Navigating Between PTSD, ADHD and DTD
January_12_2012_Newsletter
#157
Remediating Internationally Adopted Children
November_22_2011_Newsletter
#156
Children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder
November_10_2011_Newsletter
#155
Emotional Support Animals as a Therapeutic Option
October_25_2011_Newsletter
#154
School Based Speech and Language Intervention for IA children
September_15_2011_Newsletter #153
Frustrated child at school and what can be done about it
August_10_2011_Newsletter
#152
Agreement Between the RF and the USA Regarding Cooperation in Adoption of Children
July_14_2011_Newsletter
#151
Have Fun Without Leaving the Backyard
June_29_2011_Newsletter
#150
What Is a Differential Diagnosis?
June_15_2011_Newsletter
#149
Managing Eating Related Issues
May_30_2011_Newsletter
#148
Case Study: Testing Speech and Language with a Translator
May_14_2011_Newsletter
#147
To Promote or Not to Promote
April_28_2011_Newsletter
#146
Hosting Children from Foreign Orphanages in 2011
April_14_2011_Newsletter
#145
Extended School Year
March_30_2011_Newsletter
#144
Why doesn't my school cooperate?
March_15_2011_Newsletter
#143
Pragmatic Language Deficits in International Adoptees
February_28_2011_Newsletter
#142
Helping Children with FASD
February_11_2011_Newsletter
#141
Developmental Trauma
January_31_2011_Newsletter
#140
Educational Classification for Your Internationally Adopted child: How Important Is It?
January_13_2011_Newsletter
#139
Internationally adopted children and food
November_15_2010_Newsletter
#138
Being Neglected and out of Control
October_31_2010_Newsletter
#137
Planning Transition to Life After School for FAS Children
October_15_2010_Newsletter
#136
Reading Comprehension
September_30_2010_Newsletter
#135
My Child Has an IEP - Now What? (How to make IEP work)
August_28_2010_Newsleter
#134
What Should We Do?
August_12_2010_Newsleter
#133
Visitors from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyz Republic
July_27_2010_Newsletter
#132
Developmental Delays in Internationally Adopted Children
July_12_2010_Newsletter
#131
Exiting ESL Program
May_17_2010_Newsletter
#130
Language Abilities and Reading Skill
April_28_2010_Newsletter
#129
Let Us Look for Solutions
April_14_2010_Newsletter
#128
CONNECT OR DISCONNECT: Who is to blame for Artyom’s fate and can we correct problems?
March_31_2010_Newsletter
#127
Teenage Issues
March_15_2010_Newsletter
#126
Voices of Reason
February_11_2010_Newsletter
#125
Positive Parenting: Spending Time With My Child
February_11_2010_Newsletter
#124
Residential Placement of a Child
January_28_2010_Newsletter
#123
Selecting Specialist For A Psychological Assessment of Your Child
January_13_2010_Newsletter
#122
Back to the Basics: Understanding Adoption
December_3_2009_Newsletter
#121
My Child is a Liar
November_12_2009_Newsletter
#120
Autistic Child
September_30_2009_Newsletter
#119
Managing it as a Single Parent
September_10_2009_Newsletter
#118
Children with FAS - A Psychological Profile
August_27_2009_Newsletter
#117
Schooling: When to Begin
August_13_2009_Newsletter
#116
School Anxiety (and Internet resources to help you deal with it)
July_30_2009_Newsletter
#115
Combined Developmental, Neuropsychological, & Educational Assessment
July_16_2009_Newsletter
#114
Parenting Toddlers and Beyond
July_2_2009_Newsletter
#113
What to do with picky eaters?
June_18_2009_Newsletter
#112
Remediation Is Not Equal Tutoring
May_28_2009_Newsletter
#111
Back to the Basics: Health Insurance, Parenting and Other Things
May_14_2009_Newsletter
#110
Speech and Language Remediation of International Adoptees
April_30_2009_Newsletter
#109
Advocating for the child (Continued)
April_16_2009_Newsletter
#108
Advocating for the child
April_2_2009_Newsletter
#107
Failure to Thrive Syndrome
March_19_2009_Newsletter
#106
Why should you look for IA specialist for your child's assessment?
March_5_2009_Newsletter
#105
Test taking skills and test taking modifications for internationally adopted children
February_19_2009_Newsletter
#104
Is retention a good idea for an IA child?
February_5_2009_Newsletter
#103
Abrupt native language loss in international adoptees
January_22_2009_Newsletter
#102
Slowing Down to Speed Up
January_8_2009_Newsletter
#101
Parenting Your Internationally Adopted Child
December_11_2008_Newsletter
#100
Your insurance company as a resource in accessing mental health services
November_27_2008_Newsletter
#99
Hypnotherapy Session Demystified
November_13_2008_Newsletter
#98
Case study: ESL & Internationally Adopted Child
October_30_2008_Newsletter
#97
Remediation and Compensation
October_16_2008_Newsletter
#96
Deterioration of Cognitive Abilities in FAS Children
September_25_2008_Newsletter
#95
Educational Planning Conference
September_11_2008_Newsletter
#94
Outcome for FAS children in long perspective
August_28_2008_Newsletter
#93
Managing My Own Sanity
July_3_2008_Newsletter
#92
Hypnosis: Questions and Answers
June_19_2008_Newsletter
#91
Case Study: Therapy Session
June_5_2008_Newsletter
#90
Self-Harming Behavior in Children
May_23_2008_Newsletter
#89
Neuropsychological assessment: what to expect?
May_8_2008_Newsletter
#88
Sexual education and my kids
April_24_2008_Newsletter
#87
The things that people say…
April_10_2008_Newsletter
#86
What about food?
March_27_2008_Newsletter
#85
Unhappy birth mother and your child - what's the link?
March_13_2008_Newsletter
#84
Attachment problems - Danish Scientist's Perspective
February_28_2008_Newsletter
#83
You cannot be too careful with the child's documentation
February_14_2008_Newsletter
#82
Managing Your Child's Behavior
January_31_2008_Newsletter
#81
The reality of raising an adopted child
January_17_2008_Newsletter
#80
Been there, done that!
January_4_2008_Newsletter
#79
How to prepare to meet your adopted child
December_20_2007_Newsletter
#78
Can an Adopted Child Be Returned?
December_6_2007_Newsletter
#77
Making Sense of Adoption
November_21_2007_Newsletter
#76
Artificial Twinning
November_8_2007_Newsletter
#75
ADHD Treatment:Medication? or Therapy? or Both?
October_25_2007_Newsletter
#74
Bilingualism in International Adoptees: Facts and Fiction
October_11_2007_Newsletter
#73
International Adoptions & Alcohol-Exposed Kids
September_27_2007_Newsletter
#72
Tutoring VS. Educational Therapy
September_13_2007_Newsletter
#71
What is True Listening?
August_30_2007_Newsletter
#70
You are not my mom!
August_16_2007_Newsletter
#69
Preparing to Begin a New School Year
August_2_2007_Newsletter
#68
Avoiding Parent Burn-Out
July_19_2007_Newsletter
#67
Preparing an Internationally Adopted Child for a Sleep Away Camp
July_12_2007_Newsletter
#66
Recovering from Trauma
June_21_2007_Newsletter
#65
Test accommodations for internationally adopted children with disabilities
June_14_2007_Newsletter
#64
FAS in Internationally Adopted Children
June_07_2007_Newsletter
#63
Summer Hosting of Orphanage Children From Abroad
May_24_2007_Newsletter
#62
Divorce and kids
May_17_2007_Newsletter
#61
Determination of the Causes of Behavioral Issues
May_10_2007_Newsletter
#60
A 'Laundry List of Symptoms' or Impaired Neurology?
May_3_2007_Newsletter
#59
ESL for International Adoptees
April_26_2007_Newsletter
#58
At school, at home, and abroad
April_19_2007_Newsletter
#57
Behavior issues are on the rise
April_12_2007_Newsletter
#56
Post Adoption Depression
April_5_2007_Newsletter
#55
Bringing your baby home from the orphanage
March_29_2007_Newsletter
#54
Developmentally Rich Activities With Your Child
March_22_2007_Newsletter
#53
Is bilingualism good for my child?
March_15_2007_Newsletter
#52
Food, Culture, and Health
March_8_2007_Newsletter
#51
Adapting Mathematical Instructions for IA Children
March_1_2007_Newsletter
#50
Summer hosting preparation time is here again
February_22_2007_Newsletter
#49
Dealing with a special child
February_15_2007_Newsletter
#48
Stages of the adoption journey
February_8_2007_Newsletter
#47
From babies to adolescents: medical concerns
February_1_2007_Newsletter
#46
ADD/ADHD revisited
January_25_2007_Newsletter
#45
Language proficiency and math
January_9_2007_Newsletter
#44
A message that hurts
December_28_2006_Newsletter
#43
A struggling child
December_14_2006_Newsletter
#42
Acquiring English language skills
December_3_2006_Newsletter
#41
Services for adopted children
November_19_2006_Newsletter
#40
Myths or reality?
November_12_2006_Newsletter
#39
A child's guide to adoption
November_5_2006_Newsletter
#38
Adoption: second choice or just another choice?
October_29_2006_Newsletter
#37
Talk to me: A child's plea for sensitive communication
October_22_2006_Newsletter
#36
Neuropsychological assessment, or psycho-educational assessment, or two in one?
October_15_2006_Newsletter
#35
Trauma, stress, and behavior of an adopted child
October_8_2006_Newsletter
#34
Helping your child to acquire language
October_1_2006_Newsletter
#33
Dealing with tantrums
September_24_2006_Newsletter
#32
Hague regulations on training of adoptive parents and the course 'Adopting older children internationally: making a decision and coping with post-adoption difficulties'
September_17_2006_Newsletter
#31
Mistakes people make in the special education process
September_10_2006_Newsletter
#30
Quality time with the child
August_27_2006_Newsletter
#29
Attaching to my child
August_20_2006_Newsletter
#28
Cumulative Cognitive Deficit in international adoptees: its origin, indicators, and means of remediation
August_13_2006_Newsletter
#27
Surviving power struggles and control battles
August_5_2006_Newsletter
#26
Special education, special circumstances, special children
JuLy_16_2006_Newsletter
#25
Working on the relationship with your child
JuLy_9_2006_Newsletter
#24
Evaluators and evaluations: what you need and what you don't
JuLy_2_2006_Newsletter
#23
Things to do in summer to prevent slowdown in cognitive language development
June_25_2006_Newsletter
#22
Legal issues from different perspectives
June_18_2006_Newsletter
#21
Dealing with cultural differences of an internationally adopted child
June_11_2006_Newsletter
#20
Looking for my child: pre-adoption tapes and observations
June_4_2006_Newsletter
#19
Dyadic developmental psychotherapy
May_21_2006_Newsletter
#18
Why international adoption?
May_14_2006_Newsletter
#17
Native language attrition in internationally adopted children
May_7_2006_Newsletter
#16
The need for special school services: current research on educational needs of IA children
April_30_2006_Newsletter
#15
Parenting an angry child
April_16_2006_Newsletter
#14
Language as trauma trigger
April_9_2006_Newsletter
#13
Parenting a teenager is always difficult
April_2_2006_Newsletter
#12
March 26_2006_Newsletter
#11
Parents and professionals' views on Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration
March_19_2006_Newsletter
#10
"Must have" qualities for parents adopting children internationally
March_12_2006_Newsletter
#9
School issues of internationally adopted children
March_5_2006_Newsletter
#8
Behavioral issues of internationally adopted children
February_26_2006_Newsletter
#7
This scary attachment problem: am I ready to deal with it?
February_19_2006_Newsletter
#6
Can parenting be just a little bit easier?
February_12_2006_Newsletter
#5
Thoughts on medical, psychological and specialized assessments on arrival
February_5_2006_Newsletter
#4

The other part of the equation: you and your family

January_29_2006_Newsletter
#3

Preparing for the trip to bring the child home

January_22_2006_Newsletter
#2

Preparing to come home with the child

January_15_2006_Newsletter
#1

Preparing to the spring and summer hosting seasons

            
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