Connect with other moms from our community to explore parenting topics through a Jewish lens. These are challenging times and, in many ways, navigating parenthood 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. Both series will be led by expert instructors Deborah Goldman and Adrian Kalikow.
*Two Series will be offered; see dates below:
Group 1 – Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm
October 13, 2021, November 10, 2021, December 15, 2021, January 12, 2022, February 9, 2022, March 23, 2022
Group 2 – Wednesday mornings at 10:00 am
October 20, 2021, November 17, 2021, December 8, 2021, January 19, 2022, February 16, 2022, March 30, 2022
For events held in person, all attendees are required to wear a mask in addition to following standard UJA policy, which requires that all event attendees be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Please bring proof of your Covid-19 vaccination to the event. This event will be held in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including local, state, and CDC guidelines, to protect the health and welfare of our staff and guests.
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.
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.
Adrian Kalikow has been involved with the education of young children and parents for more than 30 years. A PCI certified parent coach, she has a private parent coaching practice where she helps individuals, couples, and groups deal with their parenting challenges and move toward a better place in their parent/child relationships.