The 5 Principles of Parenting: Your Essential Guide to Raising Good Humans
Date and Time:
Feb 8 2024 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Note: Event start time is Central Time (CT).


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Aliza Pressman, Ph.D.

Developmental psychologist and cofounding director of The Mount Sinai Parenting Center

Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

Psychotherapist, bestselling author, and the founder and executive director of The Center for Connection and of The Play Strong Institute

The 5 Principles of Parenting: Your Essential Guide to Raising Good Humans

Adolescence | Advice | Behavior | Communication | Connection | Family | Mental Health | Parenting | Psychology | Relationships | Well Being | Youth

BONUS AFTER-HOURS EVENT: Attendees who purchase a copy of The 5 Principles of Parenting from FAN’s partner bookseller The Book Stall are invited to attend an AFTER-HOURS event hosted by Pressman that will start immediately after the webinar. Details on the webinar registration page.

In the age of high-pressure parenting, when so many of us we feel like we’ve got to get everything exactly right the first time, Aliza Pressman, Ph.D. is the compassionate, reassuring expert we all need—and the one whose advice we can all use. Already beloved by listeners of her hit podcast, Raising Good Humans, Dr. Pressman distills it all in her new book, The 5 Principles of Parenting: Your Essential Guide to Raising Good Humans. She offers a handful of strategies: Relationship, Reflection, Regulation, Rules, and Repair.

No matter how you were raised, how your coparent behaves, or how your kids have been parented up until now, you can start using The 5 Principles of Parenting to chart a manageable course for raising good humans that’s aligned with your own values and with your children’s unique temperaments. Whether you’re in the trenches with a toddler or a tween, it’s never too late to learn to use these 5 principles to reparent yourself and help your kids build the resilience they need to thrive.

Dr. Pressman is an assistant clinical professor in the Division of Behavioral Health Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital where she is cofounding director of The Mount Sinai Parenting Center. She will be in conversation with Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., author of The Bottom Line for Baby and co-author, with Dan Siegel, MD (FAN ’16) of The Power of Showing Up, The Yes Brain, and two New York Times bestsellers: The Whole-Brained Child and No-Drama Discipline.

This event suitable for youth 12+. It will be recorded and available on FAN’s website and YouTube channel.


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