Melissa talks about how she loves teaching moms how to stop living on auto-pilot, break the cycle of overwhelm and instead create the vibrant lives they really want and deserve.Read More
Ma’ayan is a wife and a mother of two children, ages 5 & 3.5 years old. She strongly believes that to raise emotionally resourceful and connected children it’s essential for parents to feel confident in their own love relationship and learn how to consistently get-back-to-connection after conflict.
Ma’ayan is especially passionate about helping families thrive during the formative years when children need so much, yet parents are typically exhausted and overburdened. She is on a mission to work with insightful couples who are ready to understand what’s truly driving their arguments, so they can use conflict to deepen their connection and access more ease, love and playfulness in their marriages and parenting.
Dr. Ma’ayan Greenbaum is a Couples Coach and a NJ and NY licensed clinical psychologist. Her psychotherapy practice in Livingston, NJ is dedicated to working within the interfacing spheres of relationships, sexuality, fertility and parenthood. Dr. Greenbaum earned her doctorate from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2004, where she first became interested in relational body-oriented therapies. She completed post-graduate training in sex therapy at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ (UMDNJ) in May, 2005 and pursued advanced training in couples therapy at the Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of NJ.
She also happy to share her video series called, "10 habits of deeply connected couples" that's packed with great value. You can grab it here: http://syncyourhearts.com/10-habits
If you would like to join her facebook community You can visit ww.facebook.com/groups/ConsciousLoving
Check out show 22 HERE.
Dawn discusses creating sacred space, authentic connection, and honest and direct communication.Read More
Sanya Bari explains Discrete and Discernment Counseling, how it can help, how she got into the field, and how her practice is unique.
Laurie Wolk gives discusses helping parents and young girls learn how to communicate and connect with themselves, each other and the outside worldRead More
Lindsay McCarthy discusses the importance of starting your day present with parent and kid versions of affirmations and meditations.Read More
Melissa discusses why a Doula is a great option for Moms looking for extra education and support throughout their pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.Read More
Mallika Malhotra shares why brand photography is a business game changer.Read More
Jamie is the Advocacy Chair for the National Coalition for Maternal Mental Health. She is a member of the the North Shore Postpartum Taskforce NSPPDT and is a Commissioner with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Special Commission on Postpartum Depression. Jamie helps educate the Statehouse and stakeholders on maternal mental health illnesses, gaps in the system and what mom’s may need to get better. Jamie partnered with grassroots groups and local legislators to help ensure passage of funding for MCPAP for Mom’s, PPD pilot program and implementation of universal maternal mental health screening for Mom’s in the Commonwealth, commencing in 2016. In partnership with Senator Lovely, Senator Tarr and Representative Story, Jamie helped to establish the first ever maternal mental health Advocacy and Awareness Day at the Statehouse in June 2015. Jamie has since been working with Congresswoman Katherine Clark [D- MA5], Senator Elizabeth Warren [D- MA] and Senator Ed Markey [D- MA] offices on federal level maternal mental health complications legislation. She is worked Congress to pass House and Senate bills “Bringing Postpartum Depression Out of the Shadows Act of 2015” which was signed into law and December 2016 in the 21st century cures act.
She has over 15 years working in state and federal advocacy. Jamie is a two time survivor of pregnancy and postpartum depression. It was during this time that Jamie learned first hand about the difficulties of finding quality mental health care to address maternal mental health complications, as well as the lack of communication around the issue of maternal mental health complications at the OB/GYN’s, primary health care, and pediatrics offices. Jamie received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Salem State College in 1996, majoring in Political Science. She is a married Mom of two girls, residing in Topsfield, Massachusetts.
Check out show 16 HERE.
As Senior Vice President at SJP Properties, Peter Bronsnick is responsible for new business development, acquisitions, leasing and marketing for SJP Properties’ multi-million square foot New Jersey commercial portfolio. Mr. Bronsnick joined SJP Properties in 2012 and has since completed in excess of a million square feet of leases on behalf of the company. His responsibilities also include directing SJP Properties' property and construction management teams on tenant-related projects, preparing feasibility studies for prospective commercial and residential acquisitions, and overseeing the reporting process and operating budgets for SJP Properties’ partners and asset managers.
Prior to joining SJP Properties, Mr. Bronsnick served as Vice President with RXR Realty Corp. where he handled leasing and acquisitions for the company’s New Jersey portfolio. He also served as Leasing Director for Mack-Cali Realty Corp., where he managed leasing for the company’s 11 million square foot portfolio in New Jersey’s Bergen and Hudson Counties. During his career, Mr. Bronsnick has completed transactions with many premier corporations, including Valeant Pharmaceuticals, BNY Mellon, Wells Fargo, Merrill Lynch, Sprint Mobile, Dish Network and Turner Construction.
Mr. Bronsnick holds a Bachelor's degree in Marketing from Michigan State University and a Master of Science in Real Estate from New York University. He is also married to Jennifer Bronsnick.
Check out show 15 HERE.
Jennifer speaks with Maria about living boldly.Read More
Today's Jennifer chats about Human Design and discusses life and energy with Rita Desnoyers-Garcia who was able to call in when we had time zone issues with our scheduled guest. This was a really fun episode!
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Jennifer talks with Karen about Human Design and understanding your unique strategy for success.Read More
Vanessa Coppes believes women are multi-faceted. They embrace the outer roles of wife, mother, sister, daughter and friend. And they have inner roles; those that need to be honored in order to be authentic, productive and truly happy.
Like many women, Coppes struggled with weight, periods of insecurity and postpartum depression. It was the wisdom of her mother and the connection with other strong, beautiful women around her that reminded her of how to best honor and nurture herself back to living life.
She went on to study Design, Psychology and Education in college. Writing, however has always been her outlet to both internalize lessons, to teach and to connect with others.
Coppes is a seeker, a student of life and she is committed to sharing with and teaching others what she has learned through her experiences. She meets women where they are and helps them create lives and businesses they love.
Check out show 11 HERE.