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We provide education, information and a communication network to inform parents about social and developmental issues. With these tools we strive to help parents communicate openly, effectively and consistently with their children.

YOUR CHILD: DEFINING SUCCESS AND FINDING BALANCE

Monday, May 7, 2018, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Collegiate School Auditorium, 301 Freedom Place S., NYC

NYC-Parents in Action’s 9th annual Fathers Forum, moderated by Dr. Jeremy Leeds, Clinical Psychologist, with panelists Dr. Tom Kelly, Douglas Brunt, Kurt Froman and Dr. Michael Sweeney

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Be Involved, Be Informed,
Be Connected.

We provide education, information and a communication network to
inform parents about social and developmental issues. With these
tools we strive to help parents communicate openly, effectively and
consistently with their children.

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Father Forum 2018 RESCHEDULED!

YOUR CHILD: DEFINING SUCCESS
AND FINDING BALANCE

Monday, May 7, 2018, 7:00-8:30PM
Collegiate School Auditorium, 301 Freedom Place S., NYC

NYC-Parents in Action’s 9th annual Fathers Forum, moderated by
Dr. Jeremy Leeds, Clinical Psychologist, with panelists Dr. Tom Kelly,
Douglas Brunt, Kurt Froman and Dr. Michael Sweeney

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A PRACTICING PARENT
is now posting!

Check Out PIA's New Blog

Letter from the Editor – January 2018
Is Your Child Addicted To Technology?

Remember early advice to parents on “media literacy,” back in the 90s, urging you to sit with your child through questionable TV shows and commercials so you could help them resist manipulation? Well it’s gotten a lot more complicated.

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Is My Kid Normal?

Yesterday was not a stellar parenting moment. After school drop-off, this was my text to a few close friends: [My daughter (let’s call her Jessie) is 13 and my son (Luke) is 4.] Jessie, Luke and I left the apartment at the same time. Jessie had a big test today so she was rushing to get to school and hit the elevator button. “I wanted to hit the button,” said Luke. I had to run back for his lunchbox, so Jessie left. “I wanted to hit the button,” said Luke again. “Hit the button now,” I...
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