1. Should you make New Years’ Resolutions?

    Many of us see the new year as an opportunity to look back at what we have done and look forward to what we want to do in the coming year. Goal setting and making new years’ resolutions are often a part of that process. But should you?

  2. New Year, New Parenting Goals

    Whether you’re a new – or soon-to-be new – parent, or have been around the block a few times, we have classes for you! If you want to improve your parenting skills in 2023, we’re here to help you reach your parenting goals. 

  3. Fostering Generosity

    Though kids may not be naturally inclined to be generous, we can help them develop a generous spirit. Here are a few ways to foster generosity in your kids

  4. Managing stress during the holidays

    The holidays are a special time filled with things that are not part of our usual routine. This very difference is part of what makes them magical for young children. But it also creates opportunities for meltdowns. Here are some tips for managing stress during the holidays.

  5. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Thanksgiving can be a wonderful time spent with family and friends, enjoying good food and good company. It’s steeped in tradition and stretches the weekend into four glorious days. But that’s not all there is to love about Thanksgiving, our national holiday for celebrating the harvest and giving thanks. The spirit of gratitude that underlies Thanksgiving just happens to be good for our mental and physical health as well.

  6. The Power of Attunement

    Attunement is the attention we give to the mood and emotional needs of another human being. Well-attuned parents of infants are able to interpret their baby’s feelings and respond appropriately.

  7. Supporting Children with Routines

    Creating regular routines – for starting the day, transitioning to naps, sharing meals, and heading to bed helps children feel safe. Establishing a routine can reassure young children that their world is safe and predictable.