Everyday Parenting Psychology serves families looking for expert guidance on everyday issues like discipline and daily routines, as well as those seeking more comprehensive clinical support for themselves or their children. We are passionate about helping new, expecting, and seasoned parents feel more confident and connected.
Dr. Layne Raskin
Dr. Raskin (Psy.D., M.A., IMH-E®) is a licensed clinical psychologist who graduated from New York University with a Psy.D. in Clinical Child/School Psychology and completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the St. Luke's Hospital Parent-Infant Center. She specializes in maternal mental health, early childhood development, and parenting. Dr. Raskin supports women and couples experiencing prenatal and postpartum difficulties (e.g., depression, anxiety, trauma, stress) and offers a New Moms Support Group. With over a decade of experience working in hospitals, agencies, and schools throughout New York City and Westchester County, Dr. Raskin has supported families with children struggling with emotional and behavioral regulation, anxiety, and developmental delays and disabilities. Additionally, she provides training and professional development and serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Dr. Jeanette Sawyer Cohen
Dr. Sawyer Cohen (Ph.D., M.Phil., M.S., IMH-E®) is a Columbia University trained psychologist with extensive experience helping parents and children. She specializes in women's mental health including trauma, anxiety, depression and stress in the perinatal period and beyond. She also works with children who struggle with self-regulation and are often described as anxious, sensitive, reactive, and intense. She partners with parents to assess and understand their child's unique developmental profile and to develop a plan to address both the underlying issues and the challenging behavior. Dr. Sawyer Cohen is experienced with “2e” profiles and has worked with children with autism spectrum disorder for 20 years. Outside of private practice she holds faculty positions at NY Medical College and Weill Cornell Medical College. Recognized for her expertise in the areas of child development, mindfulness and emotional intelligence, and parent-child interactions, she is involved in research, consulting, advocacy and child policy work.