A family psychologist in Irving, California, Dr. Miriam Galindo earned a doctor of psychology (PsyD) at the Trinity College of Graduate Studies in Anaheim, where she wrote a dissertation titled “Religion and the Best Interest Standard in Child Custody Evaluations.” She currently provides co-parenting, reunification, and child custody counseling services from the private practice she shares with her husband. Additionally, Dr. Miriam Galindo supports charitable organizations such as the National Wildlife Federation.
As part of its mission to conserve and protect the country’s wildlife, the National Wildlife Federation encourages children to explore the outdoors and connect with nature. The organization’s Trees for Wildlife program allows schools and community organizations to apply for free trees and provides adult leaders with educational tools to help young people learn about the importance of trees to the environment.
To support tree planting, individuals can make donations to keep the tree bank stocked and functional. They can also purchase trees to plant, organize a community planting event, or sponsor a tree in honor of someone else. For more information on the Trees for Wildlife Program, visit www.nwf.org/Trees-for-Wildlife/About.aspx.