Dr. Ronald S. Federici is the Clinic Director and Supervisor at Neuropsychological and Family Therapy Associates. Founded in 1986 by Dr. Federici, Neuropsychological and Family Therapy Associates has since received international recognition through the groundbreaking work of its staff. Specializing in the treatment of post-institutionalized children adopted on both national and international levels, Dr. Ronald Federici typically treats patients suffering from attachment disorders, deprivation, neglect, and violent and/or unmanageable behaviors. Dr. Federici’s commitment to helping families heal is unrivaled, and he is sought after worldwide for his expertise and innovative treatments. With a special interest in Eastern European orphans, particularly Romanian orphans, Dr. Ronald Federici has assessed over 1,000 Eastern European adoptees, including those still residing in their home countries. The founder of the licensed charity Care For Children International, Inc., Dr. Ronald Federici devotes much of his time to instituting significant changes for Eastern European children suffering in unimaginable conditions. Backed by a team of medical professionals, Dr. Federici brings relief in the form of assessments, treatments, and deinstitutionalization for hundreds of children worldwide. Dr. Ronald Federici personally undertook the responsibility of building several group homes and independent living situations, in addition to providing critical monetary support to the Romanian government to begin the reversal of the Romanian institutional system. Under Dr. Federici’s expert direction, Care For Children International recently branched out beyond Romania and is now working throughout Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia. The father of seven internationally adopted children, Dr. Ronald Federici works extensively to improve policies and procedures for international adoptions. To further his cause, Dr. Federici has offered expert testimony regarding international adoptions and issues with the Hague Treaty, an agreement establishing standards of practice for international adoptions. Dr. Ronald Federici currently resides in Clifton, Virginia.