Growing Generations’ co-owner and psychologist Dr. Kim Bergman will travel with surrogate and Growing Generations’ Admissions Specialist Anna Stewart to speak at a conference presented by the non-profit organization Families Through Surrogacy (FTS).
Dr. Bergman, a regular presenter at FTS conferences worldwide, is slated to again offer the keynote address at this conference. The presentation, which focuses on the psychology of surrogacy, also denotes heavy emphasis to what motivates a woman to become a gestational carrier. Bergman will touch on issues including why the surrogate does not feel maternal bonds with the child and what characteristics are frequently seen in successful surrogates. Dr. Bergman is a well-respected member of the assisted reproduction community and has given similar presentations in several countries over the past year.
In addition, Growing Generations’ Admissions Specialist Anna Stewart will also be speaking at the conference. Stewart who has previously given birth to twins through surrogacy will participate in a panel discussion geared at helping intended parents select their surrogate thoughtfully as well as offering tips on how to grow a meaningful relationship with the surrogate once she is selected. Stewart will also focus on what personality traits are crucial to possess in order to have a successful experience as a surrogate.
The conference will feature a full day of discussion, presentation, and panels.
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For more information about the conference, visit: www.familiesthrusurrogacy.com