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Hey Baby! New Class in March

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Tools and Tips for Welcoming a New Baby into Your Life

Congregation Har HaShem is offering a four-session class in March for new and expecting families. One-stop shopping for the Jewish parent! Get guidance on the emotional tools needed to start a new family as well as practical parenting tools to help with the first days, weeks, and months. This class is for expectant moms and dads and those with infants up to 9 months. Infants are invited to attend.

Taught by Louise Haimowitz, LCSW and Rabbi Josh Rose, “Hey Baby! Tools and Tips for Welcoming a New Baby into Your Life” will take place on four Thursdays in March – 3, 10, 17, 31 – from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road in the North Building School Wing. The cost is $60, and this program is open to the community.

Louise E. Haimowitz LCSW will lead the first two sessions. She is currently Director of Clinical Programs and Parent Education at Parenting Place, where she coordinates support groups, individual and family counseling, and parenting classes for families with children ages 0-5. Her specialty is helping parents to learn healthy co-parenting.

Rabbi Josh Rose will lead the last two sessions on the basics of Jewish rituals connected to birth and the early months as well as what Judaism teaches about good and meaningful parenting.

This program qualifies for MazelTot funding. To receive 50% off, you must register at www.mazeltot.org.  Please register by February 18th. For more information, contact Chris Serna at school@harhashem.org or (303) 499-7077, ext. 14.

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