Parenting Series

Sept. 16 – Oct. 14 – Nov. 17 – Jan. 13 – Feb. 10 – March 17 – April 21

All classes are held via Zoom and are free and open to the community. 

Reservations are required.

Wednesday, Sept. 16 | 6 p.m.

“A New Beginning” with Mark Horowitz, director and vice president of the Sheva Center at the JCCA


Wednesday, Oct. 14 | 7 p.m.

A Virtual Evening with Dr. Leticia Qamar-Busler

From scrapes and bruises to tummy aches, teething, and earaches, learn how to treat your child’s mild ailments at home with naturopathic medicine and understand when to call the doctor. 

About the speaker
Dr. Q is a graduate of Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine where she focused her studies on comprehensive family practice and pediatrics. Her naturopathic journey began years ago after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University. She has experience working in pediatric home health care and in a residential treatment facility for children. Dr. Q has years of experience as a massage therapist, contributing to her passion for hands-on medicine and therapies.
Dr. Q’s treatments emphasize the body’s natural ability to heal itself and include acupuncture, nutritional medicine, hydrotherapy, botanical medicine, homeopathy, and other modalities. She has a special interest in pediatric medicine including acute care.

Dr. Q has also worked as an adjunct professor of anatomy and physiology at Phoenix College.  She spends her home time being a partner to her husband and mother to her three home-birthed children. She believes passionately in health education and preventative medicine and feels the most gentle, effective intervention is the best medicine. Dr. Q is an amateur artist and gardener; she believes in connecting with the earth and our food sources as part of healing.