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MomUp Preschool Workshop & Interactive Forum

  • HUB SEVENTEEN 114 5th Avenue New York, NY, 10011 United States (map)

Event Recap

Susan Nason & Dina Rose


Susan Nason

Susan Nason was trained by her aunt, author Adele Faber and co-author Elaine Mazlish and has been a facilitator of their “How To Talk So Kids Will Listen, How To Listen So Kids Will Talk” and “Siblings Without Rivalry” workshops for over 36 years.  Drawing on her position as Assistant to the Director of The First Presbyterian Church Nursery School where she worked for 35 years; she was the school’s Parent Educator and worked closely with teachers to facilitate a harmonious atmosphere in their classrooms.

Susan has a thriving domestic and international Parent Counseling practice specializing in exploring conscious parenting employing therapeutic and practical approaches to the challenges of raising children.  Susan teaches concrete and effective communication skills to parents and teachers of children of all ages.

She has facilitated workshops for the Untied Federation of Teachers, the Ackerman Institute for the Family, the Seleni Institute, Bowery Babes, All Souls Church School, Barrow Street Nursery School, Rockefeller Children’s School, Ross Global Academy, Girl’s Prep, Chelsea Day, and Beit Rabban.  She conducts teacher trainings in the tri-state area.  She has also been a speaker for the Parents’ League, Hudson River Park Mamas and numerous other organizations and schools. 

Most importantly, she brings her love and compassion of being a proud mother and ecstatic grandmother to her work with parents, teachers and children.


Dina Rose

DINA ROSE, PhD is a sociologist, parent educator, feeding expert and the author of It’s Not About the Broccoli: Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating (Perigee). Dina has been training parents, pediatricians, dietitians, and early childhood educators in the Habits Approach for the past decade.

Her work has been featured on TV, radio, and in both print and online news sources. Dina's approach is so unique it has been called “transformational.” In addition to writing her own blog, "It's Not About Nutrition," Dina is also a regular contributor to Psychology Today. For media information and testimonials see


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