Trained counselors are available to help parents/educators answer questions children have over what happened in Newtown, Conn.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
West Bergen Mental Healthcare in Ridgewood is offering free counseling services to the community following the tragic school shooting on Friday in Newtown, Conn. "We know some parents, teachers and/or community leaders may have questions about how to approach the situation and help children deal with their feelings and concerns as the days and weeks go on," the organization said in a statement Tuesday. All community members can speak with trained child/adolescent therapists and other staff members by telephone. "Designated staff from the West Bergen Center for Children and Youth are available to answer your questions, help parents and educators who may have questions about behaviors they may be seeing and/or help give techniques/…
Women's tennis, champagne toasts, a fashion show and some singing highlight the event, held at the Indian Trail Club in Franklin Lakes on June 6.
Monday, May 28, 2012
[Editor's note: The following press release was sent by West Bergen Mental Healthcare.] Grand Slam models, sponsors and volunteers met at Yansi Fugel’s Flagship Store on East Ridgewood Avenue in the Village to discuss upcoming plans for the Grand Slam for West Bergen’s Kids, set for Wednesday, June 6th at the Indian Trail Club in Franklin Lakes, N.J. Joining Maryann Eftoski, Yansi Fugel manager (far left) were Deirdre Ward, Social Editor for (201) Magazine and The Ridgewood News; Lee Schaeffer, West Bergen’s Chief Operating Officer; Kerri Kane, volunteer, Suffern, NY; Diana Dolling-Ross, V.P. at Town & Country Apothecary; Mary Jane Bainbridge, Waldwick, Secretary, West Bergen Board of Trustees; Pat Hanratty, volunteer, Montvale; Sally …