1391 Martine Ave. Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
Ph: 908-889-8800

Please note that on Saturday, December 16, the gymnasium will have limited availability due to other programs scheduled.  Please check with our member services desk at 908-889-8800 if you are looking for open gym time.  Thank you! 

FREE Parenting Series with Melissa S. Cohen, LCSW - False Mommy (and Daddy) Guilt Syndrome

Date: March 16, 2017Time: 9:00 am - 10:15 am
Location:  Show map JCC of Central NJ
1391 Martine Avenue
Scotch Plains, NJ
Contact: Ricki Solomita Phone: 908-889-8800 x239Email: rsolomita@jccnj.org

Why do so many parents feel overwhelmed and guilty all the time?  We will discuss the telltale signs of false guilt, its origins and how we can overcome this so we can actually enjoy parenthood.

Session is followed by Q&A.  If you have a sensitive question, Melissa will accept email questions prior to each session at MelissaCohenLCSW@me.com.

Melissa Cohen is a psychotherapist, coach and happily married mother of identical twin boys.  Her passion is helping her clients create the lives they really want.  She loves guiding her clients to change their lives for the better and is inspired by the way their progress improves the lives of everyone they touch.   In addition to her private psychotherapy practice, Melissa is the creator of two innovative coaching programs:  The Relationship Roadmap helps couples strengthen their relationship so they can enjoy the journey of parenthood together.  The Mommy Bond is a mommy-and-me group where the focus is on the mommy and her experience as she takes on the challenges of motherhood.  Whether with her private clients or a large group, Melissa is an expert at helping her clients move away from a problem-oriented mindset and guides them toward a solution. She has an uncanny ability to deliver the stark truth with a humorous twist that makes her observations easily relatable, understood and accepted. Through her steadfast compassion and intuitive nature, she sets her clients up for success and ready to take on their next challenges.

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