Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2015
2015 kicks off with a flourish of international travel for key members of the Growing Generations staff. On the heels of a busy 2014 that saw so many new intended parents and 93 babies born, the team will travel to Europe this spring to meet with new prospective parents and educate them on third party reproduction.
Dr. Kim Bergman, psychologist and co-owner of Growing Generations, will travel with three time surrogate and Admissions and Marketing Specialist Kelly Enders-Tharp to the United Kingdom for the Families Thru Surrogacy conference in March. The pair are scheduled to speak at the conference on March 21st. Dr. Bergman will focus on what motivates a woman to become a surrogate. Enders-Tharp will speak on issues of importance in choosing a surrogate, managing potential hurdles through the process and how to build a relationship with a surrogate once you’ve selected her. Dr. Bergman will also be available for private meetings in London on March 23rd-24th to discuss gay/straight parenting and assisted reproduction options in the United States.
Stuart Bell, co-owner of Growing Generations, will travel through Europe visiting Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Zurich, Geneva and Oslo from April 10-20, 2015. His tour will feature discussions on assisted reproduction options in the United States as well as parenting issues facing gay and lesbian families. Bell will host celebrations for current clients as well as meet with prospective parents in various cities.
Growing Generations has a full calendar of international travel queued up for 2015 including a future visit to Australia in May. Parties interested in meeting with Bell or Dr. Bergman during these travels are encouraged to contact Nicholas Wells [nicholas(at)growinggenerations(dot)com] to schedule a time for discussion.
About Growing Generations: Founded in 1996, Growing Generations is a Los Angeles based company dedicated to creating lives and supporting families through egg donation, gestational surrogacy and parental education. They aim to provide ethical, safe, successful and cost effective assisted reproductive services to individuals regardless of sexual orientation, marital status or HIV status. Since their inception they have helped bring more than 1,100 babies into the world.