Tag Archives: Parenting

REMINDER: TOMORROW: Helping Parents Towards Growth-Promoting Parenting: An All-Day Workshop on May 8, 2018

On Tuesday May 8, I will be giving an all-day workshop organized by the Ohel Mel and Phyllis Zachter Institute for professional training. The workshop will take place at the Kingsway Jewish Center at 2902 Kings Highway, in Brooklyn. I … Continue reading

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Helping Parents Towards Growth-Promoting Parenting: An All-Day Workshop on May 8, 2018

On Tuesday May 8, I will be giving an all-day workshop organized by the Ohel Mel and Phyllis Zachter Institute for professional training. The workshop will take place at the Kingsway Jewish Center at 2902 Kings Highway, in Brooklyn. I … Continue reading

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TOMORROW: “Helping Parents Towards Growth-Promoting Parenting”: Workshop for Mental Health Professionals at Chemed, Lakewood, NJ on July 27/17

On Thursday, July 27, 2017, I will be giving a day-long workshop at Chemed Center for Health in Lakewood, NJ. The workshop is entitled “Helping Parents Towards Growth-Promoting Parenting”, and will address parenting issues and suggested guidelines for parents in … Continue reading

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“Helping Parents Towards Growth-Promoting Parenting”: Workshop for Mental Health Professionals at Chemed, Lakewood, NJ on July 27/17

On Thursday, July 27, 2017, I will be giving a day-long workshop at Chemed Center for Health in Lakewood, NJ. The workshop is entitled “Helping Parents Towards Growth-Promoting Parenting”, and will address parenting issues and suggested guidelines for parents in … Continue reading

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A great book for parents: “52 WEEKS OF PARENTING WISDOM”, by Meg Akabas

These days, psychologists, psychotherapist and teachers are seeing parents who feel unsure about how to set limits, impose frustrations and punish misbehavior. Overly cautious about the perils of a repressive childhood as the path to producing neurotic Woody- Allan’esque adults, … Continue reading

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