Connect with other moms from the Harrison/Rye/Rye Brook area to explore parenting topics this fall. These are challenging times and, in many ways, navigating parenthood requires more support than ever before.

This discussion-based series will help parents find coping mechanisms and create community with one another. Both series will be led by expert instructor Ellen Weisberg.

Space is limited.

Tuesday evenings at 8:00 pm
October 25, 2022 
November 15, 2022 
December 13, 2022

These sessions are intended for informational purposes only. Some information may not be relevant for all situations and individuals. We urge each individual to consult an independent professional to review and advise regarding their specific needs and requirements.

UJA-Federation requests that all event attendees be vaccinated against Covid-19.



Ellen Weisberg, M.Ed., LMSW received her master's in social work from Simmons College School of Social Work and her master's in child study from Tufts University. She has been working with parents and families for over 30 years privately and in various schools and mental health settings. Ellen comes to us through our partner Westchester Jewish Community Services, where she is a social worker in several synagogues through WJCS Partners in Caring. Ellen is also the coordinator of Project SEED (Supporting Early Emotional Development), a collaboration between Westchester Jewish Community Services and The Jewish Education Project that provides mental health and educational consultation to synagogue- and JCC-based early childhood centers. Additionally, Ellen maintains a private practice working with individuals, parents, and families.


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