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July 2022 Happenings Newsletter

July 6, 2022 / by Lesley Friedland and the FamilyKind Team

It's fun to get together and have something good to eat at least once a day. That's what human life is all about - enjoying things.
- Julia Child


Upcoming FamilyKind Happenings


 

We have 3 new Live, In-Person NYS Certified Parent Education Classes for Separating or Divorcing Parents in July!

Join one of our 3 upcoming Live, In-Person NYS Certified Parent Education

Classes for Separating or Divorcing Parents and get all the benefits

that being in a live, in-person class can offer!


Our upcoming 3 live, in-person classes:

Lower Manhattan: Sunday, July 10 Westchester: Sunday, July 17 Suffolk: Saturday July 23

all classes are from 10AM- 2:30PM.


To enroll, please call 212-769-3057, email info@familykind.org or click the button.




 

Individualized Parenting Education



What is Individualized Parenting Education?

FamilyKind parenting educators meet individually with parents to identify, apply and strengthen parenting skills and family management tools. This service is provided virtually.

To learn more, visit us at https://www.familykind.org/parent-education or click the button below.





 

Online Parent Education Classes


Sign Up for Our Online Parenting Class for Divorcing or Separating Parents (Court Approved!)



During COVID-19 parents needing court-approved parenting education for divorcing and separating families can take the online version of our class. This 4.5-hour class is approved by the Office of Court Administration and satisfies all New York State court mandates of parents experiencing divorce, separation or those who are unmarried co-parents. Click here for more information and to register for the class.


Parents have 30 days from the time they register to complete the class and may review any portions they desire.

For more information, contact info@familykind.org or call 212-769-3057.


Here is what parents who take FamilyKind’s online classes say:


“The principles of respectful parenting, and developing my own emotional health is the best way to develop my child’s emotional health.” “I wish I knew about this class before.”


Register By Clicking Here




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