Mrs. Freeman received her B.A. from UCLA and has an M.A. degree in Psychology. She is a Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor (MFCC) and was in private practice before coming to Wise in 1975. After founding the first parenting center in the United States, she consulted with synagogues and churches to enable them to start similar programs. As Co-Director of the Parenting Center for ten years, she developed a unique program for parents of infants and toddlers. In 1985, Mrs. Freeman became the counselor in the Elementary School. In this capacity, she works with the children to develop their social skills and self-confidence and to assist them in solving conflicts. She also works closely with individual families regarding family issues that impact the child’s learning.
Mrs. Freeman leads parenting groups with various constituent groups in the educational community. She works closely with children, parents and teachers to optimize children's social development.