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For Expectant Parents: The New Child Project
This two session series will help expectant parents:
- Strengthen your friendship
- Protect your relationship from the stresses of parenting
- Develop strategies for parenting your baby together
- Improve relationship satisfaction and maintain sexual and emotional connection
This series is facilitated by Dr Rob Straus (Psychologist) and Lorenza Holt (Childbirth Educator).
Fee: $150/per couple, dinner included. Sliding scale fee available.
To register, please go to www.newchildproject.org. For more information, please contact Lorenza Holt at email@example.com or 617-953-3606
In Collaboration with:Boston Association for Childbirth Education “The New Child Project” at the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development/MSPP
|Where||Newton Cultural Center 225 Nevada St, Newton, MA 02460 (The Freedman Center at MSPP)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Families|
|Price||$150/per couple, dinner included. Sliding scale fee available.|
More About Newton Cultural Center
Newton Cultural Center is a community and resource center. It houses ten cultural, educational and humanistic organizations, namely the Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs, Newton Community Pride, Green Decade/Newton, The Jackson Homestead and Museum and Newton Open Studios. This cultural center runs a number of children's programs throughout the year. Programs involve introducing the community's youngest citizens to the visual and performing arts. Teens may attend yoga classes taught by a certified instructor. Adult programs include performing arts and writing workshops. A complete list of organizations located at the Newton Cultural Center as well as program information and registration fees are available on the center's website. The center hosts an open house every year, showcasing its programs and services.