Monday, May 15, International Day of Families
If you are responsible for parenting programs
at a school, agency, clinic, community center, or business,
contact us about licensing our unique program.
Parents Forum fosters caring, honest and respectful communications in families by offering a peer-led parenting program model to organizations invested in community well being.
The Parents Forum curriculum provides thoughtful examination of nine original questions about family life issues and is based on the handbook Where the Heart Listens, written by Eve Sullivan. It offers suggestions for parent groups on organizing their own activities and serves as a “workshop in your pocket” to can help parents, children and all family members improve their communications skills.
Webinar: “No Hard Feelings, Really!”
Parents Forum held a free, one-hour webinar to show how to use Parents Forum’s conversational formula to appropriately share your feelings in ways that improve both your personal and professional relationships.
Parents Forum brochure is now available in five languages!
Our workshops build lifelong skills that help you manage your personal lives as well as our relationships at work and at home. Learn more about Parents Forum or download our brochure to find out more. Now available in: English, Spanish, French, Arabic, and Portuguese.
Emotional awareness helps create strong relationships with a diverse set of people
When I joined Parents Forum three years ago to create this newsletter — in the very early days of the pandemic — I was not expecting to make life-long friends through only an online connection. My initial volunteering became a learning process that significantly broadened my horizons and increased my network. I gradually realized that Parents Forum helps not only parents, but also my generation, those of us taking our first steps to independent adult life.