Carrie Todd 

M.F.T.  R.D.T.  C.C.F.C.

Counseling for Moms

 The best way to support a child is to support his/her mother
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If you are a loving mom struggling to cope; if you feel overworked and underappreciated; if the demands of your family are taking a toll on your relationship; if you worry all the time; if you know something needs to change but you don't know what or how, please read on. 

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I can help you take care of yourself so you can take care of your family.

Our attempt to make the world perfect for our children can leave us feeling overwhelmed and exausted.  Trying to be the perfect mother, the perfect wife, the perfect housekeeper, the perfect employee... results in our own resentment and unhappiness.  But sometimes we see a toothless grin, or hear a giggle that makes our hearts want to explode right out of our chests.  So, how do we live more in the joy and less in the resentment of our lives? 

How do we balance our own needs with the needs of our families?

As a mom, step-mom and therapist, I know that "perfect" doesn't happen.  Life is messy and we have to muddle through the best we can.  But, the finest gift we can give our children is our own happiness. 

If you live your "best life," you will teach your children to do the same. 

Talking to someone can help ease your struggles.  It can help you remember what is important.  Find out if it can help you.

I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and I specialize in therapy for mothers of young children.    Please don't wait any longer.  Contact me for your free consultation today.
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