Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
Adult children with divorcing or divorced parents face unique stresses and challenges.
This six-week support group will provide a space for individuals to process and share their feelings related to their parents’ divorce. Group members will gain insight into how parental divorce can impact everything from their sense of identity to their feelings of security in romantic relationships. With increased awareness and a supportive community, group members will be empowered to find ways to heal and grow together. Members will also have an opportunity to share their own strategies for coping and to learn from one another.
Group size limited.
Facilitators are affiliated with FamilyKind, a NYC nonprofit organization offering education and support services to adults and children experiencing separation or divorce.
Dr. Lauren Behrman is on the FamilyKind advisory council, and co-chairs the Adult Children of Divorce Committee. She is a clinical psychologist in independent practice for over 34 years. She is a trained mediator, parenting coordinator and mental health professional on collaborative divorce teams, and trains professionals in Basic Collaborative Divorce Practice. Dr. Behrman has written numerous articles and chapters on various topics related to divorce. She guest lectures in law school classes on Collaborative Divorce and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and teaches workshops on conflict resolution internationally. Dr. Behrman is a frequent presenter at IACP, NYACP, AFCC, FDMCGNY, local bar associations, and APA on a variety of divorce-related topics. Dr. Behrman is co-author of: Loving Your Children More Than You Hate Each Other published May, 2018 by New Harbinger Press. Dr. Behrman has a private practice in midtown Manhattan and Katonah, NY.
Dr. Nancy Adler is a clinical psychologist who works with adolescents and adults in her private practice in midtown Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the City University of New York and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Columbia University’s Counseling and Psychological Services, where she provided psychotherapy to undergraduate and graduate students. She has also trained at New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center’s adult outpatient clinic, the Brooklyn campus of the New York Harbor Veteran’s Administration Hospital, the Brooklyn College Counseling Center, and the Psychological Center at City College. Dr. Adler’s research has focused on the impact of social media on identity and relationships, with her doctoral dissertation examining factors that predict selfie-posting.