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Ann Adalist-Estrin
The National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated

Ann is a child and family therapist at BRIDGES: Parent-Child Counseling and Consultation Services in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania. She operates Incarcerated Parents and their Children Consulting Services and is a trainer for the Healthy Stephs For Young Children Project at Boston University School of Medicine.

Ann is an author, speaker, and consultant to a wide variety of agencies serving children and families in the US and Canada. She has served on the faculties of Temple University, the University of Arts, and Community College of Philadelphia. She currently teaches a seminar for child care center directors at Holy Family College in Philadelphia and a graduate course for teachers entitled, "Those Left Behind: Addressing the needs of children of prisoners", for Bob Randall Associates at Gratz College, Philadelphia.

She serves on the Board of Directors of Directors of Family and Corrections Network.

With Jim Mustin, Ann co-authored Responding to Children and Families of Prisoners: A Community Guide. She authored the Children of Prisoners Library.

Recent Contributions by Ann Adalist-Estrin