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Finding Your Parenting Style Whether Tiger Mother or Pussy Cat


Thursday, November 17, 2011
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM


Kimmel Center, Room 405

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The recent publication of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother continues to generate much discussion about what style makes for the “best” parent and the most “successful” child. With the growing number of books on parenting, it can sometimes make being a parent more confusing than it needs to be. Join us as Richard Gallagher, faculty NYU School of Medicine and Director, Parenting Institute, NYU Child Study Center discusses the different parenting styles, how parenting styles are formed and cultivated, and how each impacts the developing child from newborn to teenager. Gain the tools and confidence to find your own authentic parenting style.

Instructor: Richard Gallagher is an Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine and the Director of the Parenting Institute, NYU Child Study Center.