Our Parent Education Center serves parents in the Yeshiva and Jewish day school community in NYC.
Parents who are NYC residents and have at least one child in a NYC yeshiva or day school are encouraged to access our center for FREE parenting  guidance, and workshops  at no cost. All services are virtual by phone or Zoom.

Ethel Salomon, Director,

Upcoming Parent  Webinar:

Compassionate Behavioral Parenting Skills

Featuring Dr. Estie Reidler

Wednesday, March 6th @ 8:30pm

Register here! 

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Our Services

Build your toolbox for effective parent-child communication and partnering with schools.

We are offering FREE confidential 1:1 counseling sessions to parents who have a child  in a NYC yeshiva or day school. Virtual and phone sessions are available.

Learn how to help your child succeed with:

  • Social Skills
  • Organization
  • Time Management and Study Skills
  • Combating Bullying
  • Managing Screen Time

Hear from other parents:

The PEC program’s provider (Ethel Salomon) spent time to fully understand our family situation, offering her full attention and guiding questions, with an empathic and non-judgmental approach. She delivered practical tools that not only made sense, but were helpful for delivering observable change.”

” I love the flexibility of the timing and the fact that it’s free! This type of advice would’ve cost me so much!! The fact that it’s from the comfort of my home on the phone, and I don’t need to run to make an appointment because I can talk wherever I happen to be.”

Ethel has so much priceless advice about any question I ask . She is compassionate and validates me. Ethel’s warm voice and caring nature makes me feel confident in myself that I’m able to help my family succeed.”

Meet the PEC Director, Ethel Salomon

Mrs. Salomon comes to Hidden Sparks with extensive experience in supporting children, parents, and schools having most recently served as Principal of General Studies at Yeshiva Ketana of Manhattan. She is highly skilled in promoting student-centered services and supports, and developing programming for families and teachers that focuses on understanding neurodevelopmental profiles, positive behavior systems and collaborative problem solving. She has been advocating for children and parents of diverse learners in the yeshiva and day school community for over 20 years since her prior positions as the Director of Special Services for the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey and the Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva. Mrs. Salomon holds an MA in Special Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and an MS from Brooklyn College in Educational Leadership and Supervision.