Links

Family Mental Health & Development Resources:

Ackerman Institute for Family www.ackerman.org

Mental Health Association of New York City www.mhaofnyc.org

New York State Office of Mental Health www.omh.ny.gov/index.html

New York Foundling Vincent J. Fontana Center www.nyfoundling.org/fontana-center

Zero to Three http://www.zerotothree.org/

Citizen’s Committee for Children www.cccnewyork.org

Child’s Welfare League of America www.cwla.org

Women & Girls, Mother and Daughters support and development

Step Up Women’s Network http://www.suwn.org/

Mother Daughter Bonding Network http://mdbn.org/

National Charity League http://www.nationalcharityleague.org/

Mothering & Daughtering http://www.motheringanddaughtering.com/

Jewish Community:

Chabad.org http://www.chabad.org

Jewish Women’s Archive http://jwa.org/

Jewish Board of Family & Children’s Services http://www.jbfcs.org/

Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York http://www.jwfny.org/ 

Women’s Organizations

EmpowHER http://www.empowher.com/

National Association of Profession Women http://www.napw.com/

The Women’s Collaborative http://www.thewomenscollaborative-nyc.com/

Bullying Prevention

Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center http://www.pacer.org/bullying/

Stop Bullying http://www.stopbullying.gov

Stomp Out Bullying http://www.stompoutbullying.org/

Related Reading:

Defining Emotional Abuse

Bullying Parents

Is It Rude, Is It Mean, or Is It Bullying?, by Signe Whitson

How to Recover from a Controlling Mother, by Graham Stoney

Authors: 

The Other Side of Paradise, by Stacyann Chin

Come Back: A Mother and Daughter’s Journey Through Hell and Back, by Claire & Mia Fontaine

Who Do You Think You Are, by Alyse Meyers

Mean Mothers, by Peg Streep

You Wore That, by Deborah Tannen

Surviving Mama, by Pamela Thompson

Related Films: 

Phyllis & Harold (2008), by Cindy Kleine

51 Birch Street (2005), by Doug Block

Walk Away Renee (2011), by Jonathan Cauette

Must Read After My Death (2007), by Morgan Dews

My Architect (2003), by Nathaniel Kahn

Prodigal Sons (2008), by Kimberly Reed

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