Peninsula

200 Channing Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94301 • 650-688-3040

2001 Winward Way, Suite 200, San Mateo, CA 94404 • 650-931-1840

With two locations in San Mateo and Palo Alto, Parents Place is known as the one-stop-shop for all your parenting needs on the Peninsula. Our sought after parenting experts, extensive program for Birth through the 1st Year, and offerings for schools and community organizations are just some of what makes Parents Place on the Peninsula truly special.

Visit us today for 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.

Upcoming Workshops + Events
YOU CAN DROP IN ANY FRIDAY. Wonderful Ones is a unique program designed for parents and toddlers to encourage budding socialization skills, emotional development and cognitive growth in our playful, stimulating environment. While parents and children play, parents receive education and support on topics including toddler sleep, feeding and nutrition, social and emotional development, positive discipline, and media. We encourage parents to bring in issues and challenges from home to discuss with the group.  Handouts on these and other topics will be available at each session. With Cherie Tannebaum, NP,IBCLC. [Parent/Child Activity Groups][For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool]
Acquire information and effective skills on how to manage the challenging process of separation/divorce while keeping your child's best interest in mind.  Open to individual parents only, please. NO co-parents in attendance.  A certificate of completion can be provided. With Diana Blank, LCSW. [For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool][For Parents of Elementary School Aged Kids]
Tue., July 21, 7:00 – 9:00 pm Preschool through early elementary school is a foundational period for children’s social and emotional development, a time when children are learning how to manage and express their emotions, empathize with others, form friendships, and communicate with peers. It also may be a time when relational aggression may first begin to surface, requiring early intervention to prevent them from continuing. This is the prime time to teach young children the specific social, emotional, and communication skills to prevent their involvement with relationally aggressive behavior.  We will discuss how to recognize, prevent, and, if necessary, intervene in these problem behaviors. With Andrea Travisano, MS.  Fee: $40.[For Expectant & New Parents][For Parents of Infants & Toddlers: Birth through Preschool][For Parents of Elementary School Aged Kids]
Featured Services

Get expert parenting support to help your family flourish at Parents Place.

We help with all aspects of having a baby or toddlers, including sleep issues, breastfeeding, and sibling issues.

Parents Place offers support for all families, including services for children with special needs.

Help Children Learn and Grow

Your support helps us offer programs to families in need so they can get expert help for their children.