new orleans parent’s club.

Parenting. It’s hard. It’s complicated. It’s full of the highest highs and lowest lows. Right when you think you’ve mastered something, something new comes up and you’re cut off at the knees. It’s exhausting.

But we do it anyway. And no matter how hard it is or how much we doubt ourselves, our abilities, our decisions or the outcomes, we just put one foot in front of the other and move forward… with our hearts on our sleeves.

And thank goodness we don’t have to walk this walk alone.

nolaParent Tribe contributor, Dr. Dahlia Topolosky, PSY.D., and Jewish Family Services announce the return of a brand new New Orleans Parent’s Club (NOPC) group focused on the innovative Parent Coaching model–a powerful, collaborative relationship between parent and coach.

The NOPC 9-week curriculum begins Thursday, February 7, 2013, and includes a one-on-one coaching session to address your family’s specific needs and issues. Additional individual coaching sessions (or a package of sessions), in person or via phone consultation, are also offered to parents who would like to work privately with Dr. Topolosky.

This is a wonderful opportunity for new and seasoned parents of young children (ages 2-10) to learn positive parenting techniques that will help guide you through the everyday joys and challenges of parenthood, while socializing with other parents. Children are welcome to play beside you in a warm, kid-friendly space.

For more information and to register, visit the New Orleans Parent’s Club, email Dr. Topolosky or call the Jewish Family Services office at 504-831-8475 ext.120.

Written by Ashley Bond

Ashley Bond

Founder of parenting blog, entrepreneur, underestimated disorganized overachiever.

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