This is a 12 week series that occurs every Monday.
For more than a decade, Montefiore’s Supporting Healthy Relationships program has empowered thousands of couples in the New York area to achieve success within their families and finances. Through our FREE psychoeducational workshops, family support services, and employment services, couples have had the opportunity to meet other couples, spend quality time together, improve their communication, and find employment—ultimately ensuring healthy, happy, stable families.
SHR is thrilled to bring our FREE program to help new parents with the transition to parenthood. The 12-week workshop is based on The Bringing Baby Home (BBH) curriculum, a research-based and research-tested psychoeducational workshop that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for babies and children by strengthening their families. Developed by renowned relationship and parenting experts, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, the goal of BBH is to equip you with the knowledge and skill sets needed to constructively cope with the various changes that typically occur during the first few years after your baby is born.
During this dedicated 3-hour “date night,” you and your partner will learn how to:
Strengthen your friendship
Increase intimacy and affection
Prevent harmful fights
Master the art of compromise
Create positive interactions with your baby
Negotiate co-parenting strategies
Recognize signs of postpartum mood disorders
Both partners are 18 years or older
In a committed relationship
Expecting a child or have a child age 0-1
Date: Every Monday, October 7th to December 23rd
Time: 5:30 PM- 8:30 PM (dinner will be served).
For more information and to register, please call Jacqueline Rodriguez at 914-268-7933 or email at email@example.com.
INTAKE on September 23rd and 30th* (1.5-hours, all must complete)
Note: The workshop is intended as a “date night” for the couple to spend quality time together focusing on their relationship, so only the couple should attend without their child.
*This program is FREE, as it is a federally funded program part of a national research study. Couples will be provided dinner at each workshop, as well as roundtrip Metrocards and up to $400 (total) to go toward childcare reimbursement for their participation in the program. To enroll, couples must first complete several surveys (30-45 minutes) and an intake interview (30-45 minutes). The registration process can be completed in-person or remotely (via online surveys and phone interview).