Considering domestic adoption of an adolescent
Gregory Keck, PhD Founder and Director of the Attachment & Bonding Center of Ohio, explains what happens when foster children age out and why they benefit so much if adopted
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Gregory Keck, PhD
Founder & Director, Attachment & Bonding Center of Ohio
Gregory C. Keck, Ph.D., is the founder and director of the Attachment & Bonding Center of Ohio. He is an internationally known psychologist and trainer who addresses the issues of trauma, adoption, and post-adoption challenges. He and his staff provide attachment therapy for adoptive families whose children have experienced serious early childhood maltreatment prior to adoption. In 2012, he received the National Association of Social Workers State of Ohio Lifetime Achievement Award. He is the parent of two sons who were adopted in adolescence.