The goal of this podcast is to make the early days of parenting more connected. In show I focus on: birth, postpartum and parent mental health. This podcast is for soon-to-be-parents and parents of babies and toddlers. Each week this show will provide tips and resources to help you take care of yourself and your little ones.
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In today’s episode, we are talking about baby massage. Our guest today is Helen Thompson. Helen has spent more than three decades working with babies and toddlers and currently lives on the beautiful North West coast of Tasmania, in Australia. She qu... more
In today’s episode, I had the honor of interviewing Dr. Jody Thomas, who is a licensed clinical psychologist, and specialist in pediatric medical illness and trauma. She is an internationally known expert on pediatric pain, she is also a founder and ... more
In today’s episode, I had the privilege of interviewing Marisa Hughes, who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Perinatal Mental Health Certified Therapist. She specializes in trauma and maternal mental health. She has created a protocol called R... more
Highly recommended. Amanda interviews some amazing guests and I particularly liked the interview with Rachel Davis (episode 71) when they talked about using music with children. I found this particularly insightful with my childcare educator background.
Amanda brings great guests and a amazing perspective to a time in our lives that can feel very isolating. A great reminder that we are not alone and are connected more than we realize.
Amanda hosts great conversations that cover a range of topics with people who are experts in their fields. Her voice is so soothing which makes it really easy to listen to. She’s a great listener and I highly recommend sharing this podcast with any new mamas.
For all new parents, this is what you’ve been searching for.
Excellent tips and advice!! I’m so glad I found this podcast!!
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Finding Your Village launched 2 years ago and published 87 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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