june, 2020

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04jun12:00 pmParenting In A PandemicIn this parent group, parents will learn how to name fears, reduce anxiety, avoid information overload and more.12:00 pm EST Event Type :New York City

Event Details

These past few weeks have been an enormous adjustment for all of us. We find ourselves working from home,  parenting in a pandemic, overseeing our children’s school work, disconnected from our families, friends and everyday routines, and trying to establish a new sense of normal.

At the Hallowell Center, we understand the toll this is taking on your emotional health. We are here to help you maintain a sense of structure, calm, and establish new routines to deal with what you’re going through.

If you’re having difficulty parenting during these uncertain times while trying to stay sane and healthy,  Marcia Hochman, LSMW, MPA, Parent Coach, is offering an online parent support group on:

Parenting In A Pandemic

Date / Time TBD
Via Zoom

In this webinar/support group, parents will learn:

  • Naming fears and reducing anxiety
  • Tips and Strategies to Avoid Information Overload
  • How to Seek Support Wisely, and more…

Price – $50 (for 2 one-hour group sessions)

If you have any questions, give Marcia a call @ 917-887-9119, or email her at: marcia@hallowellcenter.org or marcianhochman@gmail.com.

Individual parenting sessions can also be scheduled with Marcia by calling her @ 917-887-9119, or by emailing her at: marcia@hallowellcenter.org or marcianhochman@gmail.com.

NOTE: Group and individual services are open to everyone. You do not need to be an existing Hallowell client.

Group start date TBD – Call Marcia for more information. Register below for:

Parenting In A Pandemic

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 Parent Testimonial:

“…Marcia is an outstanding group facilitator. She creates a judgment free zone, where each group member feels heard and supported, a tricky task when someone is often in crisis mode…

…Marcia helped our family tremendously during a recent crisis. I do not know if I could have gotten through it without her or the group. She went above and beyond to help me find the additional supports that our family needed…I always knew that she was available if I needed her, but when I really did, she was always there.”

 

Time

(Thursday) 12:00 pm EST

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