Newtown Youth and Family Services

Parenting Education Program

Parenting education programs (PEP) are classes designed to educate adults about the many issues children face when their family situation changes. PEP trains participants about how to help children adjust in a healthy way to divorce or living apart from a parent. PEP includes information about children’s developmental stages, helping children adjust to parent separation, cooperative parenting, conflict management and dispute resolution techniques, guidelines for visitation and parent access, and stress reduction for children. Participation in a PEP class costs $150 per person. The program is offered in one six-hour class or two three-hour classes. For more information about registration please call Sheila Russo, 203.270.4335.

 

2019 Sessions - Tentative Dates

January 7th & January 14th : Mondays 5:45pm - 9pm

February 9th : Saturday 9 - 4pm     (1 hour lunch break)

March 4th & March 11th : Mondays 5:45pm - 9pm

April 27th : Saturday 9am - 4pm     (1 hour lunch break)

May 13th & May 20th : Mondays 5:45pm - 9pm

June 15th : Saturday 9am - 4pm     (1 hour lunch break)

July 8th & July 15th : Mondays 5:45pm - 9pm

August 17th : Saturday 9 - 4pm     (1 hour lunch break)

Sept 9th & 16th  : Mondays 5:45pm - 9pm

October 7th & October 14th : Mondays 5:45pm - 9pm

November 16th  : Saturday 9 - 4pm     (1 hour lunch break)

December 7th : Saturday 9 - 4pm     (1 hour lunch break)

 

You will need the form below with you for the class.
Please print out one copy for your records.

 

Parenting Education Program form ›