Entering your next phase of parenting where the chaos of your hectic life beckons you back to balance. Learn alternative approaches to engaging your child while supporting the exploration of independence - all while discovering your inner wisdom and maintaining your sense of self.


Childproof Parenting

Melissa Benaroya is a Licensed Therapist, Certified Gottman Educator and Positive Discipline Facilitator. She has been working with children and families for 20 years and offers online parenting programs that provide new perspectives and strategies for contemporary parents.

Jewish Family Service

Jewish Family Service

Jewish Family Service supports vulnerable individuals and families in the Puget Sound region to achieve well-being, health and stability. JFS collaborates with a number of organizations to ensure familes are well supported and have options. Please see our website for programs, classes, and resources.



KidsQuest Children’s Museum has wonderful opportunities for the youngest members of our community. With an exhibit area specially designed for children ages birth to three, toddlers grow and learn in a safe, fun, social environment. Enjoy programing such as story time, painting workshops, early learning classes, and parenting discussions.

Jewish Family Service

Mind Yeti

Mind Yeti is a research-based mobile-friendly web app designed for families, educators, and students to enjoy mindfulness together. Mind Yeti has zeroed in on the importance of creating a unique language that encourages open, honest dialogue around the significance of having a calm and focused mind, as well as the benefits of expressing gratitude and kindness. Presented by Committee for Children, a global nonprofit dedicated to fostering the safety and well-being of children through education and advocacy.


Stroum Jewish Community Center

Stroum Jewish Community Center creates outstanding programs, partnerships and spaces that welcome everyone to learn, grow and celebrate Jewish life and culture. See our website for early childhood, parental support, cultural development, fitness and summer camp information.

Space Between

Space Between

Space Between envisions thriving, healing-centered school communities which practice awareness and compassion. Our mission is to bring the research-based practices of yoga, breathing, and mindfulness to children, teens, educators, and families in Washington. When implemented with a community approach, mindfulness tools promote attention, regulation, compassion, stress reduction, well-being, and resilience.

With Pause™

With Pause
With Pause™ seeks to help you create and cultivate space for stillness that allows you to enter your mindful journey wherever you may be. With Pause™ offers options to explore a mindful path with your family. You may choose a 6-week course that meets for 2 hours per week in a group, or in the privacy of your own home.


Girl Sense

Girl Sense - A Mindfulness Program For Tween Girls

Girl Sense is a 7 week mindful-based program designed specifically for girls 9 - 12 years old. This program offers inspiring and insightful conversation, provides a framework for the girls to find their inner confidence, explores who they are as individuals and what it means to be part of a larger community.

Mindful Kids

Mindfulness for Tweens - An Interactive Lecture

In today’s fast-paced society, kids and parents are experiencing more stress and anxiety than ever. In this hour-long interactive lecture, kids, teens and/or parents are guided through a definition of stress and anxiety, the neuroscience behind what is happening when we experience stress and anxiety, and a handful of practical mindfulness based exercises that can be used to minimize the impact of stress and anxiety on the brain and body. To learn more or schedule a lecture, Click Here

Teen Stress

Mindfulness for Tweens and Teens

During the 6-week course, tweens and teens will use tools and techniques of mindfulness to intentionally focus awareness and observations of their own emotions and behaviors from moment to moment, how they are as individuals, and what it means to be part of a larger community.