Support, tips and advice for parents and children in need


Mental Health Check-In for Dads/Partners with The Motherhood Center and Justin Lioi

PSP held a Mental Health Check-In for Dads and Support Partners on Monday, December 14th, at 8:00pm, with:

Justin Lioi, LCSW

Paige Bellenbaum, LMSW, Founding Director and Chief External Relations Officer at the Motherhood Center  

Here’s a link to the webinar, though the notes cover the majority of the points made during the hour. Here's also a recent PSA about Mental Health you can watch (and maybe show to any moms you're worried about.)




PSP Mental Health Check-In: STILL HOME for the Holidays with Joey Ackerman, LCSW-R

Park Slope Parents hosted a webinar with Joey Ackerman, LCSW-R, who shared wisdom on handling the realities of this holiday season and accepting the challenging emotions it may bring.


To get access to more events like this one, and to find solidarity with other parents in Brooklyn navigating life and raising kids during the pandemic, join the Park Slope Parents community today!





The New Normal: Parenting Tweens & Teens in Uncertain Times, a PSP Webinar with Fara Jones, LCSW

PSP hosted a webinar with teen-whisperer Fara Jones to help parents reset our preconceived notions about adolescence and offer strategies to cope with what's coming next. From technology to schooling to routines, Fara discussed how this uncertain world is affecting every strata of teendom and the best ways to help.


To get access to more events like this one, and to bond with fellow Brooklyn parents going through the teen-raising journey, join our community today!


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PSP Decision-Making During COVID, for Parents of Babies & Toddlers

Park Slope Parents recently hosted a webinar with Samuel Jeannite, PsyD, and Mandi White-Ajmani, PhD, of Small Brooklyn Psychology. Dr. Sam and Dr. Mandi shared some insight on acknowledging the realities of Covid-19, approaching the decision-making process, and reaching a conclusion that works for your family.


Read on for their wisdom—and to get access to more webinars like these, join Park Slope Parents HERE!