Free to Be Mindful Podcast
May 9, 2021
As we celebrate motherhood, this episode shares three tips to remind all mothers and caregivers to put themselves first. Join Licensed Professional Counselor, Vanessa De Jesus Guzman, for this real-talk conversation on personal growth, mindful living, and a short meditation.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
The Free to Be Mindful podcast provides bite-sized tips for parents, educators and anyone working with kids. These real-talk conversations focus on mindful living, mental health, and personal growth - helping all to learn, grow and inspire with mindfulness in mind.
ABOUT THE HOST:
Vanessa De Jesus Guzman is an Educator, Licensed Professional Counselor, Entrepreneur and Mom with almost 20 years of experience working with children, families and educators in the educational and counseling fields combined. Mindfulness is at the forefront of her private practice and speaking engagements, which includes segments on the Today Show.
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I have created the “How to Talk to Your Kids Without Losing Your Cool: A Guide for Parents and Educators.” The tips and language included in this guide will make a world of difference in your life! It will reduce the number of times you repeat yourself, which may also decrease your stress level and overwhelm.
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