How to Help Your Child Accept a New Baby New York NY

For a child who is used to getting all the attention, a new sibling can seem like competition. The older child may feel left out and pressured to grow up, which can create short-term and long-term problems for both siblings and parents. As a parent, it might be challenging to give both children the amount and the type of attention they need. However, there are several ways to make all of your children feel valued.

Local Companies

Ms. Angela DeCandia-Presuto
973-444-0021
311 Claremont Avenue
Montclair, NJ
Ms. Fern Kopakin
Fern M. Kopakin, MSW, LCSW, BCD

201-892-9027
659 Eagle Rock Avenue Suite 24
West Orange, NJ
Ms. Janet Bellsey
Private Practice

212-579-9916
140 Riverside Drive at West 86th Street
New York, NY
Ms. Joan Stenzler
Joan Stenzler, LCSW

646-250-5379
184-17 Union Turnpike
Fresh Meadows, NY
Ms. Esther Goldman
973-600-9155
68 Essex Street
Millburn, NJ
Ms. Rhoda Ferat
201-692-0294
314 Sherman Ave.
Teaneck, NJ
Ms. Wendy Pollack
Wendy Pollack, LCSW

973-714-2771
1140 Bloomfield Ave Suite 229
West Caldwell, NJ
Ms. Barbara 'Basia' Mosinski
Art Psychotherapy

917-703-3414
80 5th Ave, 903B
New York, NY
Mr. Ricardo Torres
917-482-7565
156 Fifth Ave Suite 1208
New York, NY
Ms. Naomi Mark
212-222-1685
915 West End Avenue
New York, NY
Data Provided by: