Stay-at-home fatherhood has its own unique joys and trials. This group, facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker and a licensed creative arts therapist, is a resource for getting support as you take care of yourself and your children. Learn about child development, discover new creative ways to interact with your kids, and rest at ease in a safe place to reveal the stresses and triumphs of your experience being a Dad.
This group begins in March! The support group for stay-at-home Dads will meet every week on Monday mornings. The group will meet for eight weeks, with the potential to continue depending on the needs and desires of group members. Child care available.
For more information or to register, contact Meghan at 646-450-1644 and check out the flier.
This group will be lead by Meghan L. Hinman, MA, MT-BC, LCAT- Music Psychotherapist & Susannah Gersten, M.S.W., LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Meghan is a licensed creative arts therapist and a board-certified music therapist with over ten years of experience working with babies, children, adolescents and adults. At her private practice in Brooklyn, she incorporates Depth Psychology, Vocal Psychotherapy and In-Depth Music Therapy to work with children and adults struggling with loss in their lives and with those who are looking for a creative way to understand themselves. Her style of therapy is client-led, and focuses on self-expression through music and/or the creative process. She can be reached at: email@example.com or by phone at 646-450-1644.
Susannah is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in working with young children and new parents. With a focus on both mental health as well as community based counseling services in Park Slope, she is invaluable in building relationships with the schools and other services in the area. At her private practice in Park Slope, she uses individual play therapy as well as behavior management, behavior plans and techniques that involve both children and their family. In addition, she has developed and implemented an equine assisted psychotherapy program for children with anxiety, shyness and depression which works out of Kensington stables. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 718-360-8531