Positive Parenting in an Unpredictable World
One thing we can surely count on is that life is unpredictable! And parenting young children — particularly during a pandemic — makes it even more so!
Join us for this interactive conversation, led by Jodi Fox, LCSW from Jewish Family Service MetroWest, to discuss strategies to help us get through life now and in general. Parents, help shape the discussion by letting us know what you’d like to learn more about when you register.
This conversation is best for parents of children 8 and younger.
Registration is now closed. Be among the first to learn about future events and programs like this — click below to let us know what piques your interest and we’ll keep you posted on what’s most important to you.
Jodi Fox is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with extensive experience working with children, teens, and adults. She helps her clients address issues such as depression, anxiety, and low self–esteem that get in the way of personal goals. Jodi has training in Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) and brings this relational orientation to her work with individuals and families. Her work focuses on improving relationships between parents and kids to help families function better.
Young Family Programming Committee Chair
Heather Bier, Rebecca Blum, Lisa Glassman, Stefanie Gordon, Julie Kirschbaum, Sarah Koffler, Romy Rost, Sarah Schonfeld, Melissa Sobel, Karen Zornitzer
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