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Financial Class for Couples

Our Must-Have Financial Class for Couples

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  • Are you in a committed relationship?

  • Are you contemplating a prenuptial or cohabitation agreement?

  • Do you want to create a more harmonious financial relationship into the future.

   Then this class is for you.

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Loving Communication for Couples

Introducing a communication group for couples

For more information or to register, contact Jamie at

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ACOD: Adult Children of Divorce

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ACOD with FamilyKind offers a Support Group for those who were over the age of 18 when their parents divorced.

The ACOD committee of FamilyKind has formed to help identify and increase awareness of the impact of divorce on adult children. The committee was created to provide resources and programs that foster resilience and recognition of those impacts in order to empower adult children of divorce.  We offer support groups throughout the year.

For more information, please call Lauren Behrman at:  914.288.8428

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About this service

  • FamilyKind clients can receive the first module on Communication from the Online Relationship Toolkit for FREE. 

  • Online Relationship Toolkit to Improve Your Relationship

  • A Step-By-Step Program on How to Create More Intimacy and Rekindle Romance in your Relationship

  • There are proven ways to work through these problems. Let us show you how so you replace frustration and worry with deeper understanding and fulfillment in your relationship.

  • The Online Relationship Toolkit: Where you will discover how to effectively manage and navigate the five most common issues that arise in relationships: communication, money, anger, physical and emotional intimacy. These issues are at the core of every unhappy relationship.

Online Relationship Toolkit

Anger Managment &
Relational Trauma Group

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FamilyKind in partnership with Queens Long Island Community Services

invites you to our virtual relational trauma group:



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In this eight-week virtual group, we will distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate expressions of anger.


  • When: Wednesdays starting April 19 – June 7, 2023

  • Time: 7:30 – 8:45 pm ET.  Certificate awarded upon completion of at least 7 sessions

  • Where: On Zoom. You will receive the link upon registration.

  • Cost is $80.00 for the entire 8-week series. 
    Scholarships are available based on financial need.

  • Facilitator: Dr. Paul Engel, DHL, LCSW & QLICS staff

  • For more information, please call: 516-547-4318 or 718-461-6393

  • Workshop Description: In this eight-week virtual group, we will distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate expressions of anger while exploring the hidden emotions behind the anger particularly in view of relational trauma. We will focus on healing with positive strategies and responses to deal more effectively with anger, extreme narcissism and gaslighting.  

Download the flyer HERE

Sign up HERE

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Relatonal Trauma Group

Divorce Recovery Group

FamilyKind Divorce Recovery Group

Divorce is a time of upheaval and crisis, which can be traumatic.

"Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends”
Click Here to Learn More About Our Divorce Recovery Group in New York

About this Group

This six-week course will provide guidance and a road map to help navigate this transition with tools for grounding oneself through divorce. Tap into inner resources to manage and process the emotional roller coaster. Gain increased awareness and insight about relationship issues to develop a healthy post-divorce life by turning the divorce crisis into a time of healing and personal growth.

Group size limited.


Barbara Bennett, LMFT for “Rebuilding” Divorce Recovery Group in New York

An overview of the structure of the group will be discussed and will be based on the “Rebuilding” book written by Dr. Bruce Fisher.

Using the framework outlined in the book, and her training as an IFS therapist, Barbara will help you through this difficult adjustment process so you can turn your crisis into a growth and healing experience.

Space is limited.  Click Here to learn more.

Facilitators are affiliated with FamilyKind, a NYC nonprofit organization offering education and support services to adults and children experiencing separation or divorce.

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Group Leaders

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Barbara Bennett

Barbara Bennett is a licensed marriage and family therapist, formerly running a full-time private practice in West Hartford, CT and currently in New York City. She incorporates IFS, EMDR and Gestalt Therapy Techniques into her work. However, IFS (Internal Family Systems) Therapy is the model that she gravitates towards while facilitating her Divorce Recovery Groups in New York City. For the past 10 years, Barbara Bennett has been studying, teaching and practicing IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapy. She has held teaching and leadership positions in the Marriage and Family Therapy Masters Degree program at Central Connecticut State University and at Hartford Family Institute’s Gestalt Therapy Training Program. She is currently on the faculty at NYU medical school supervising psychiatric residents in Family Therapy. Barbara works with couples, individuals and families in her private practice and runs Divorce Recovery Groups for both men and women. Barbara studied at Boston University, Parsons School of Design – The New School and received her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Central Connecticut State University.

Recoupling & Stepfamily Workshops

FamilyKind Recouplying And Stepfamily Groups

About this Service

  • Helping couples navigate the complicated family dynamic of stepparenting.

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Jaime Bennett

Jamie is a Marriage and Family Therapist (LP) who recently graduated from Manhattan College. She has over one year of experience counseling couples, individuals and groups, and she is excited to continue her growth as a therapist.

As part of her graduate education, Jamie has completed extensive training in Internal Family Systems Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and has completed Level 1 training in Gottman Couples Therapy. She draws from her education, training and personal experiences with mental health challenges to create a unique and supportive environment conducive to healing and growth.

Jamie believes in using a holistic approach to therapy, drawing from various resources and methods depending on the specific needs of each client. Her compassionate and easily adaptable nature allows her to create meaningful connections with others and develop trusting bonds with her clients.

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