This event has been cancelled. For more information, please contact Erica Wohlstadter.



Connect with other moms from our community to explore parenting topics through a Jewish lens.
Parenting today has us facing many challenges, and navigating it requires more support than ever before.

This discussion-based series, rooted in Jewish teachings, will help parents find coping mechanisms and create community with one another. The series will be led by expert instructor Deborah Goldman. 

Wednesday evenings at 8:00 pm 
October 25, 2023
November 29, 2023 
January 24, 2024 
February 28, 2024  
March 20, 2024 
April 17, 2024 

Friday evening at 6:00 pm
May 10, 2024

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 his or her specific needs and requirements.

As the crisis in Israel unfolds, we’ll discover how UJA’s work, fueled by your support, is supporting victims of terror and responding to rapidly escalating needs on the ground.

The Series is intended for women who give an individual or a family gift of $360 or more to UJA’s 2024 Annual Campaign. If you have not yet donated to the 2024 Annual Campaign and would like to so, please donate below.

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Sessions

04/17/2024 - Session 6

Wednesday, April 17, 2024 | 8:00 PM

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Mount Kisco, New York


05/10/2024 - Session 7

Friday, May 10, 2024 | 6:00 PM

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Mount Kisco, New York

Deborah Goldman is a certified parent coach specializing in new parents, developmental stages 0 – 12, twin dynamics, and sibling relationships. An active member of the Northern Westchester Jewish community, Deborah maintains her own practice, S.A.G.E. Advice for Parents, which works with new parents and young families to help them address challenges and find their joy on the parenting journey.



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Questions? Get in touch.
Erica Wohlstadter

914.385.2126