Parent-Child Institute at Pace
The Parent-Child Institute at Pace University is offering 10 free sessions to parents and their children to better understand and develop positive parenting beliefs.
Are you a parent who wants to learn about positive parenting practices? The Parent Child Institute (PCI) of Pace University is currently running a study that offers parents in the New York City area an opportunity to have a free 10-session psycho-educational program with a licensed psychologist and/or psychologist-in-training to learn how to assess and develop positive parenting beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors.
Through this study, PCI will be offering:
- >> 10 free, one hour sessions
- >> Sessions tailored to individual needs and goals
- >> Flexible scheduling
- >> Reflection exercises between sessions
Parents and children of all ages are welcome! All sessions will be held at the Thomas J. McShane Center for Psychological Services on our New York City Campus in Lower Manhattan.
For more information or to schedule your first appointment, email PCI.
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