Besides his administrative duties as Director of Programs at VISIONS, Inc., Dr. Pinderhughes applies his clinical training to group facilitation in a variety of settings, including non-profit, educational, healthcare, corporate and foundation, faith-based and community organizing settings, and consults on a wide range of institutional and organizational change issues from a multicultural perspective. He is also responsible for VISIONS’ Legacy Project, a summer program for youth. With a background in adoption issues, particularly transracial adoption, Dr. Pinderhughes has practiced individual, group and family therapy for over 25 years in greater Boston. He earned his doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
Pinderhughes, E. and Pinderhughes, R. (2010) Before You Pack: Developmental Considerations in Planning a Heritage Trip. In From Home to Homeland: What Adoptive Families Need to Know before Making a Return Trip to China. Jacobs, D., Ponte, I. C.and Wang, L. K. Yeong & Yeong Book Company.