I strive to connect the child to the parent and, more importantly, to connect the parent to themself. My ultimate goal is not to create parenting perfection, instead to create a true connection between each member of the family.
Joshua has a passion for working with children of all abilities from toddlers to nine years of age. She firmly believes formal education merely enhances the foundation created by the family. When challenging behaviors sabotage a child’s joy in the world Joshua provides tailored strategies to support both the family and the child.
The range of her work has been featured in the New York Times: “I am Darker than my Daughter. Here Is Why It Matters” & “My Kids are Allergic to Video Chat.“
Looking for help establishing rituals and celebrations which resonate with your family? Look up Joshua’s book: Surviving Children’s Birthday Parties.
Joshua has created and launched a Parent-Infant Program at Branches Atelier, supporting the evolution of a Spanish Immersion Preschool in North Hills, The Language Grove Community School, and facilitates her own Parenting Groups.
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Joshua’s experience as a teacher, director, consultant, parent, and all-around optimist will help parents uncover the many possibilities that have yet to be uncovered.