Parents can dial down the pressure on themselves and their children. Setting reasonable expectations and focusing on helpful strategies is key in reducing stress and fostering a safe and comfortable atmosphere for your family.
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Juliet Cooper is a licensed psychologist with 25 years of experience in the field. She maintains a private practice on the Upper East Side where she see children, teens and adults. She is passionate about working with parents and has expertise in helping parents navigate co parenting during and after divorce. Dr. Cooper has been director of The Parenting Program at Temple Emanu-El for the past 11 years where she runs parenting groups for families with young children. Discussions focus on a wide range of parenting topics. Dr. Cooper volunteers as an advocate for SAVI (Sexual Assault Violence Intervention Program ) at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She runs support groups for medical students at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai. Dr. Cooper has also worked as a volunteer with women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
Dr Cooper is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Mt. Sinai Medical Center