Pep talks packed with grounding words for motherhood feelings. Enjoy a twice weekly dose of The Therapy Edit. On Monday's you'll find ten minute episodes of Anna's Psychotherapy knowledge woven with with her candid chat about motherhood. Fridays bring 15 minute episodes featuring a guest sharing the one thing they'd love to share with fellow mothers.Anna Mathur is Times Bestselling author of 'Mind over Mother', and 'Know Your Worth'. Her most recent book 'The Little Book of Calm for New Mum's' is out now.Anna is passionate about taking therapy outside of the therapy room, she shares insights that have changed the lives of her clients, and transformed hers too.More from Anna:Times Bestselling books: ‘Mind Over Mother - Every mums guide to worry and anxiety in the first years’ and ‘Know Your Worth - How to build your self-esteem, grow in confidence and worry less about what people think;Instagram: @annamathurWebsite and contact: annamathur.comCourses, sessions and guides: Benefit from re... more
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In this Friday episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats to Daisy Upton, aka Five Minute Mum about her One Thing which is that 5 minutes really is enough! more
In this solo episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna offers a few therapeutic coping techniques for managing health anxiety. more
In this Friday guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna welcomes guest Gemma Bird who shares her one thing which is a reassuring piece of advice for those in the early years of parenthood worried about the spiralling costs in the early days. more
I love this podcast and just you and the way you present it! Thank you so much for being you ❤️
I have just listening to the episode how to deal with conflicting feelings of a mother. more
Thank you so much love love love your work, books, podcasts and ig! Thanks for sharing. Very heartfelt, genuine, relatable and most of all uplifting and helpful!
I love everything about this show. Thank you!
I absolutely love this! Thanks so much for such brilliant reassuring content delivered in such a relaxing way
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