Please see our updated Park Slope Parents Recommendation Policy HERE.
Everything you need to know about posting a review/recommendation on the Park Slope Parents website.
PSP can really use your help to keep the website listings up to date.
This page has moved HERE.
Wanting to contact Park Slope Parents regarding some academic research you are conducting?
Read the note from Park Slope Founder and Academic herself, Susan Fox, PhD...
For over a decade our members have been sharing their reviews of local businesses and services. We've got thousands of entries from dentists to decorators, painters to pediatricians, locksmiths to lawyers. Over the years, we've even added really (we mean REALLY) specific categories like hairdressers that specialize in curly hair. We also pull together articles based on sensitive member questions like how to talk about death with your child, or how to handle angry kids, or what to do if you have a repeated miscarriage.
With all these member experiences, we get that navigating the website can feel overwhelming. That's why we've worked hard to make sure the SEARCH function works and make content easy for you to find. PSP's search is powered by Google, so when you go to search on PSP, think of searching things like you how you would on Google, except knowing that what you'll get is PSP specific.*So the next time you feel stumped, play around with the keywords of your issue.
The search button is located in the TOP RIGHT HAND corner of the screen on the PSP website.
- If you need a child therapist to help your kid deal with your anger issues, try typing:
"child therapist anger"
- If you are an older mom and wanting advice on how to have a child later in life try typing
"later in life pregnancy"
You'll then get a pretty focused list of relevant articles and recommendations.
In addition to having a SEARCH function that works, we also try to keep track of where we get our reviews. Most of our reviews come from threads on the PSP Main Advice list. We've started including in the subject line the thread it came from. If you want to go back and read (or even resurrect) a thread on the list, it should be pretty easy to then search the archives.
Our moderators manually add these reviews, you might notice a small time delay between the time and date stamp.
*because it's powered by Google, we get Google ads at the top of the search results, so watch out!