Parenting today is particularly challenging in a world influenced by social media. Conversations often happen when we are taking our children to and from their activities, when we are not expecting or prepared for the conversation to happen. Carpool Conversations, a new project of NCJW/Essex, aims to provide parents with the tools necessary to engage in conversations with their children about difficult and sensitive topics — before they face issues — allowing them to grow up strong, kind and safe.
Join us for our Carpool Conversations Launch Event!
Thursday, April 4th, 2019
10:30 am — 12:00 pm
Congregation B’nai Jeshurun
1025 South Orange Ave., Short Hills, NJ
A panel of experts will lead a discussion about how to navigate difficult conversations with your children.
$10 for members; $15 for nonmembers.
Carpool Conversations workshops educate parents on how to handle issues relating to such things as sexuality, gender identity, sexism and sexual violence and teach parents how to have productive conversations on these topics. In the coming months, professionals will facilitate small group discussions about such topics as:
- Sexually explicit material
- Social media
- Body image
- Gender expectations
Check back for more information about individual workshops.