S1E18: Megan MacCutcheon and ALL things prenatal and early years of parenthood


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This episode was the most informative episodes I have done on the wellbeing of moms (and dads) around the childbirth period. If you've had a child, or are planning to have a child, this episode will bring to light SO.MANY.THINGS. Megan's expertise in issues around mental wellness and having babies was astounding. You will definitely learn something new, feel better about your childbirth/first year of newborn experience. I know I did! Like, listen and share! #thingsyoulearnintherapy #makewordsmatter
Megan MacCutcheon is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Perinatal Mental Health practitioner who helps overwhelmed moms find a sense of balance while raising young children. As a busy mom of three, Megan knows that motherhood is a juggling act. She loves teaching tools and strategies to help moms de-stress and embrace self-care so they can better navigate challenges associated with parenting. She is passionate about spreading awareness regarding the various and very common perinatal mood and anxiety disorders women can experience, and enjoys supporting moms through healing and finding fulfillment in their journeys.

Megan also specializes in helping women and young adults build self-esteem and has published four books on the topic.

You can find her online at www.meganmaccutcheon.com and download her free guides at www.meganmaccutcheon.com/resources
This podcast is meant to be a resource for the general public, as well as fellow therapists/psychologists. It is NOT meant to replace the meaningful work of individual or family therapy. Please seek professional help in your area if you are struggling. #breakthestigma #makewordsmatter #thingsyoulearnintherapy #thingsyoulearnintherapypodcast
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