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    Programs that provide a wide variety of therapeutic interventions for parents who are experiencing emotional difficulties or conflicts concerning their role as parents. Included are individual or group counseling for one or both parents or conjoint parent counseling which focuses on and explores the mental, emotional or social problems of the individual(s) which contribute to their parenting problems.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Counseling ServicesThe Parenting Group program provides a supportive environment for parents, and those acting as parents, of all ages to parent safely, effectively, and creatively. Topics include effective discipline, age-appropriate behaviors, family rules and roles, stress management.AlbanyPARENT COUNSELINGJEWISH FAMILY SERVICES OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
    FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S CENTEROffers ongoing support groups and individual counseling for parents and children in the following areas: developmental milestones, physical and mental development of infants, cognitive, social and emotional development, language development, temperament and personality power struggles and discipline, negativism, sibling rivalry, individuality, toilet training, divorce, bereavement, hyperactivity (ADHD) and oppositional defiant behavior.SuffolkFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S CENTERHOPE HOUSE MINISTRIES
    Parent/Family Support ServicesThe Parent Education and Consultation Program of Schenectady provides a curriculum-based, psycho-educational group for parents of children and teens who are at risk for placement, are in placement or who have come to the attention of the Department of Social Services. The program focuses on increasing parental understanding of children and teen development, enhancing parenting skills, and changing parental attitudes toward children's behaviors. Classroom and in-home consultation is also provided as needed. Each class consists of a 10 week session, though some groups are longer and run up to 24 weeks. Services are provided from a trauma informed approach and uses an evidence based curriculum.SchenectadyPARENT EDUCATION AND CONSULTATION PROGRAM (PECP)NORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY
    Parent/Family Support ServicesThe Supervised Visitation Program provides specific and curriculum guided skills and core concepts for building healthier family relationships in a Service Provider office-based setting, DSS office, community setting or the client’s home for families identified by the Schenectady County Department of Social Services to aide in promoting the goal of family reunification. Emphasis is placed on creating a safe and healthy family environment for children with their parents in charge. Parents are empowered and supported to make healthy decisions for themselves and their families during visiting time. Services provided include but are not limited to: thorough assessment of parenting needs and individualized goals; fully supervised and partially supervised visitation as well as check ins during unsupervised visits; parent education; cognitive behavioral techniques; coached family visits that are respective of family culture; pre-visit consultation and debriefs following visits; social relations (activities, planned events and advocacy services are made available to help reduce isolation); assistance with referrals to less intensive services to enhance successful reunification and assistance with transition process to new services; court testimony by the Certified Parent Educator to assist with permanency planning. Services are provided from a trauma informed approach. SchenectadySUPERVISED VISITATION PROGRAM (SVP)NORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY
    Parenting ClassesEach series of parent education classes run for five consecutive weeks. Classes meet once a week for two hours. The Facilitator is available before and after class for one on one discussion. The five subject areas discussed come from researched parenting curriculums and include: Week one: IALAC (I Am Loveable And Capable) and encouragement – Week two: Focus on “do’s” instead of “don’ts” – Week three: Choices and working with children instead of against them – Week four: Give children safe limits and self-control – Week five: Setting good examples and respecting feelings These parenting classes are open to everyone in the general public and are at this time without cost. Other parenting classes also offered free Parenting A second Time Around P.A.S.T.A. for Grandparents Parents Apart for separating parents(Certified by NY State) Parenting A Second Time Around PASTA is a six part educational workshop series focusing on: 1. Open House Introduction: Finding the help that you need. 2. Financial Assistance for Grandparents: untangling the web of public programs 3. Understanding the Legal Issues: Custody, mediation and the court’s viewpoint. 4. Handling Discipline and Behavior 5. School Support and the Teen Years: How can we survive? Or Taking Care of Yourself: Emotional issues, stress, and support groups. 6. My Grandchildren’s Parents: How can I help us all cope? Parents Apart A parent program designed for parents who are separating, divorcing or parenting apart from the other parent. The main focus is on helping parents understand what their children are experiencing and how they can help them through this transition. WashingtonPARENTING CLASSESCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WASHINGTON COUNTY

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