Parenting from the Heart: A series of interactive discussions
facilitated by Dr. Jennifer Hitelman and Dr. Robert Zeitlin
We are pleased to announce a three-part discussion facilitated by two local psychologists and parents, on the joys and challenges of parenting on the Main Line. How can you foster independence while you collaborate with your children on setting and reaching for goals? And how can you teach the value of money and foster gratitude while avoiding entitlement?
Please join Dr. Zeitlin and Dr. Hitelman for three lively discussions to share your insights with other parents.
Growing up together: How to foster independence Monday, October 21, 2013 at 7:00 pm (Bryn Mawr Presbyterian)
We will explore the many ways to remain connected to your teenagers as they become more independent and the importance of an evolving relationship as your teen transitions to young adult and leaves the home.
What Do We Want to Be When We Grow Up?
Monday, October 28, 2013 at 7:00 pm (Main Line Reform Temple)
How do you define success? happiness? How much independence were you given by your own parents in your decision-making? We will talk about adjusting and responding to new chapters in our lives while encouraging the aspirations, goals, and vocational choices of our children.
Is parenting on the Main Line as easy as it looks?
Monday, November 4, 2013 at 7:00 pm (Bryn Mawr Presbyterian)
What are the advantages and costs of living in an area known for its affluence? How can we teach our children the value of money in ways that are developmentally appropriate? In this final meeting, we will discuss raising kids in an environment full of opportunity, resources, and privilege.
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