"Take Back Your Time" - Guidance to help you get honest about your screen use and create an empowering plan. Suggestions and additional resources for healthy coping.
"Internalized Beliefs" - Identify beliefs that make you more susceptible to burnout and ways to start challenging these beliefs.
"Healthy Communication" - Essential skills for connected communication with your children and partner (includes information on repairs)
"Easing the Transition"- Empowering You On Your Journey To and Through Parenthood - Risk Factors for PPMD and a Post Partum Support Plan
"Redefining Success" - 6 Reflective Practices to Help you Create Success on Your Terms (Separate External Pressure from What Truly Matters to You)
"Strong Families" - Emotion Coaching and Resilience Building:
"10 Ways to Lighten Your Load" - Protection for Highly Sensitive Souls
"Care for Caregivers" - 5 Days, 5 Senses; Micro Practices for Soothing and Calming Your Nervous System
"From Guilt to Gratitude" - Discern between Healthy and Unhelpful guilt and Journal Prompts for taking in the good.
The Gottman Institute: Global Readership, Regular Contributor
(Healthy Relationships: Me Too, Chronic Pain, Repairs, Sober Couples, Getting the Passion Back, Accepting Influence, Boundaries, Sharing the Load with Partners and Children and Turning Towards our Partners Instead of Screens)
The Psychotherapy Networker: Leading Publication for Therapists Around the World
(Comparative Suffering and Protection from Compassion Fatigue)
Postpartum Support International: Global Leaders in Maternal Mental Health Resources
Yummy Mummy Club:
The Elephant Journal
(Grief and Loss, Anti-racism and Purpose)
Affirmations for Children: https://biglifejournal.com/blogs/blog/7-new-fun-ways-kids-affirmations
Wise Minds- Engaging the Head and the Heart. The Community Edition https://communityedition.ca/wise-minds-engaging-the-head-and-the-heart/
Several Guest Columns for the Cambridge Times and Affiliates
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine, "The Power of Humour- Five Ways Therapists Put this "Best Medicine to Use" May/June 2022
How comfortable are you holding space for another's pain or perspective without feeling the need to jump in to offer advice, change the subject, minimize the concern or start talking about yourself, your opinions or problems?