Predictable days stabilize the lives of children and teens, but planning those days has been made more difficult for parents since the onset of the pandemic. Uncertainty, social isolation and parent distress all have on impact on the mental health of kids and teens. Join Peace At Home Parenting founder Ruth E. Freeman, LCSW and teachers Aaron Weintraub, MS and Denise Parent, LMFT and other concerned parents like yourself for a focused conversation to help you recognize symptoms and find solutions to address your child’s emotional needs as well as your own.
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August 24 , 2021
By: Colleen K. Vesely, Ph.D. It was picture day at my 2.5-year-old daughter’s preschool. Like most mothers, I picked out what I thought was cute – a pink and purple […]
June 28 , 2021
Enjoy Ruth Freeman LCSW, Amy Alamar Ed D, Autumn Cloud-Ingram LMSW and Aaron Weintraub MS as they discuss navigating screen time during this new normal. Now more than ever, screen […]
June 08 , 2021
If you are the parent of a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning (LGBTQ) child, you probably have a lot of questions. Your support is key to your child’s well-being, […]