The Unbreakable Moms Podcast
By michelle page
The Unbreakable Moms PodcastNov 13, 2019
Interview with Tonya Crombie, PhD: From Anxious to Calm
In this episode, I’m chatting with Tonya Crombie, PhD, MBA- a mom of teenagers herself and a life coach who just happens to have a doctorate in psychology. Like many of us, it’s our own experience with something that allows us to discover our passion. For Tonya, it was being a mom as her own daughter experiences anxiety.
We talk a lot about anxiety on this podcast because of the spectrum of anxiety- it can be a teen who worries about an upcoming test…. Or maybe your daughter has social anxiety… or maybe your child has full blown panic attacks. Each of these situations is going to require us to draw on different approaches and skills as we help our own daughters navigate the different intensities of anxiety.
If you would like to connect with Tonya you can visit her website, https://guidanceforthefuture.com/
The free download of her book can be obtained at fromanxioustocalm.com
And the Masterclass about Managing Your Child’s Anxiety can be found on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/_YuDIDXOuhc
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Interview with Rose Skeeters, LPC, PN-1: The Truth of Borderline Personality Disorder
Interview with Cassidy Russell: Therapy for Nerds
Interview with Victoria Shaw, PhD, MA, LPC: Intuitive Parenting
Interview with Judith Mills Bramble, DO: Lifestyle Medicine for the Family
Interview with Stephanie Johnson, MEd, MSW, LSW: Love & Logic Parenting
Managing Anger Holistically with Michelle Page, PharmD, RPh
Interview with Sue Busen: Tap Into (Emotional) Balance
Bridget Boursiquot: Parenting In Families of Divorce
In this episode, Bridget shares her insights and tips for co-parenting and parenting step children.
At her core, she believes in treating everyone with empathy, kindness, and compassion. Change your worry into hope and fears into strength while cultivating healthy connection and communication. Bridget provides therapy and coaching for individuals and couples who find themselves in a challenging time and are looking for a Bridge to healthyself. You can connect with Bridget and learn more about her services on her website: www.Bridgetohealthyself.com
Interview with Michelle Mitchell: Everyday Resilience in Our Teens
You will want to listen to this episode as Michelle speaks about creating the very important life skill of RESILIENCE in our own daughters.
If you would like to get a copy of the book, Everyday Resilience, (or any of Michelle Mitchell’s books), you can visit her website at www.michellemitchell.org.
Interview with Cary Hamilton: Teenagers and Sexting
You will want to hear Cary's suggestions about how to approach this sensitive subject in a non-confrontational manner.
If you would like to connect with Cary or see the services and programs that she offers, you can visit her website at www.playfulwisdom.net.
The Technological Tail by Julia Cook is the children's book that Cary speaks about during the interview. You can find it on Amazon here: amzn.to/2vap8gG
Interview with Sue Busen: Tormented by Technology
In this interview Sue shares the devastating challenge her family faced when she became seriously ill after their smart meter was installed on their home.
It took almost two years to figure out that radiofrequency radiation from this smart meter was the cause of her failing health. After lots of research and investigating, Sue was able to stabilize her health with the support of her three adult sons. Together, they are now on a mission to share their story and educate others so that we can all live more safely.
Sue Busen has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Biology from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, graduate work at Winona State University and Keller Graduate School of Management, and attended classes with Trinity College of Natural Health. Sue has spent years working in the field of health and wellness. She is a practitioner, speaker, and best-selling International author plus the founder of The GetSet™ Approach, Tap into Balance, and My Pet Healer.
You can learn more about Sue and her services at www.tapintobalance.com/
You can find Sue's book, Tormented By Technology on Amazon amzn.to/2DAQde7
Interview with Marelda Rodrigues
I learned that grief is not only something that happens when someone close to us dies, but that grief is an emotional process associated with any type of loss.
You will hear about the types of loss our teenage daughters can go through and how the body responds to it. But most importantly, Marelda shares how we can help our body heal after the loss.
If you wish to connect with Marelda to learn more about her work as a grief health coach and grief massage therapist, you can find her at www.facebook.com/MoveBeyondGriefWithMarelda/. Or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interview with Lynn Wonders, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS
Interview with Chou Hallegra: Dealing with Feelings for Teens
Interview with Rani St. Pucchi: Learning to Love Our Body
Rani St. Pucchi is an inspirational speaker, empowerment coach, bestselling author, image consultant, and founder and designer of St. Pucchi, the internationally acclaimed bridal fashion house. She draws on her more than 30 years in the fashion industry to help women abandon debilitating self-doubt, and become the designers of their own lives. Rani empowers thousands of women across the world with her message of body-positivity and self-love.
To learn more about Rani, purchase her books, view her services or watch her TEDx Talk, you can visit her website ranistpucchi.com/
Interview with Allison Brunning: Educating Special Learners
If you are a busy working mom, who is looking to support the education of your child- whether through a private tutor, or a private online school- then you need to listen to this episode.
Allison Brunning, the founder of Academic Warriors shares that the mission of Academic Warriors is to create positive learning experiences and communities throughout the United States for autistic, gifted and special needs learners. Through the online courses, programs, private school and in person events, Academic Warriors fosters an unique learning environment that promotes unity among all our students and families.
Find out more about the Academic Warriors here: www.academicwarriors.com/
Interview with Tiffany Hinton: Looking at the ROOT of your health
Tiffany Hinton is the author of the #1 Amazon best-sellers Gluten Free Mom Certified and Mom Certified Celebrates Heritage. She’s been called “Super Mom” by fellow Gluten-Free speaker and advocate Pam Jordan. She is a Public Speaker, Cook and Functional Medicine Coach for the Gluten-Free community.
Tiffany has a compelling story that led to her gluten free lifestyle. She is not your average author and is a Person You Should Know (and listen to). She shares some of her story plus some tips about how to get started on your healthy lifestyle journey.... even if you aren't gluten free.
You can find her Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/gfmomcertified/
Interview with Mary Sterenberg from SALTEffect
If this is you, then you will want to listen as Mary shares some tips about how she and her business partner Kristie Siegler are helping moms just like you escape the hamster wheel of life as a working mom.
Escape survival mode. Hear about the difference between good busy/bad busy. To learn more and register for their upcoming webinar, click here: bit.ly/2oYi1oN
Interview with Melissa Clymer: Flower Essences, An Alternative Remedy for Emotional Issues
Melissa is a traditional Naturopath, Educator, Blogger, Natural Health Practitioner, Clinical Aromatherapist with Ayurveda training, Aromatic Practitioner, Crystal Reiki Master, Crystal Healer, Herbalist, Ordained Minister, homoeoprophylaxis (homeopathic immunization) Practitioner and currently studying Classical Homeopathy (whew!).
You will want to hear about how flower essences can support the underlying emotional causes for many of our physical ailments.
To learn more about Melissa, her products and services, go to her website: www.sweetwillowspirit.com/
Interview with Michelle Mitchell: Managing Your Teenagers Moods & Attitudes
She started her career as a teacher in Australia, and then founded a health prevention charity which delivered life skills education, mentoring and psychology services to thousands of young people and their families each year.
Today she uses her experience to write and speak. You will find her down to earth, practical and solutions focused.
According to Michelle, parents are their child’s greatest advantage in life. Your relationship with your child matters. That’s why it is her greatest joy is to support you.
Listen to my interview with this remarkable Unbreakable Mom