San Francisco

1710 Scott Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 • 415-359-2454

For 35 years, Parents Place in San Francisco has been helping families thrive. Our highly experienced team of parent educators and clinicians offers parenting workshops, parent coaching and consultation, child behavior and school support, clinical and special needs services, parent/child activity groups, child and family therapy, and much more. Visit us today!

Upcoming Workshops + Events
Topics include readiness for preschool, techniques for evaluating schools, and application procedures. You'll leave with the right tips and tools for making informed decisions—without the stress!With Mechele Pruitt, Director and Parent Educator.[For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool]
Have you ever wished you had a place to talk about the unique joys and challenges of raising your adopted child(ren)?  Are you interested in widening your network of social support to join a community of adoptive families? Parents Place is excited to offer the Adoptive Parents Support Group, where you will meet fellow adoptive parents and explore together how adoption-related challenges may be impacting your family. The group will be professionally-facilitated with opportunities for education, support, guidance, and solutions.   Each month will highlight a specified topic—including talking about birth parents, trauma-informed parenting, and signs of grief and loss.      Wine and dessert will be provided. Facilitator, Ellie Pelc, Psy.D, is a licensed psychologist specializing in adoption-related concerns, attachment problems, anxiety, ADHD, and challenging behaviors. Please mark your calendars as this will be a recurring group, every second Thursday of the month.  For more information, contact Stephanie Lay at (415) 359-2498 or StephanieL@jfcs.org. [For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool][For Parents of Elementary School Aged Kids][Special Events & Lectures]
Any parent will tell you that one of the toughest parenting challenges is learning how to respond to a child's "big emotions." Among these, anger can be the most difficult to handle. In this essential workshop, you'll explore proactive and effective ways to help your child express and manage the big emotions. With Wendy Poore, Parent Educator. [For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool] [For Parents of Elementary School Aged Kids]
Featured Services

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Children face many challenges as they navigate our complex world.

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At Parents Place, we understand the challenges of raising children with special needs, and we’re here to help.