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Resources for Moms

Dr. Lindsay Mumma, DC

The Habit of Predicting the Future

It’s as if we use a predictive text feature in our brain. It’s challenging to see how things will play out without any assumptions or judgments of what’s coming next. But if we release the assumptions and judgements we may find that our future looks much brighter.

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Dr. Polly Watson, MA, FACOG, NCMP

Demystifying Perimenopause

Perimenopause and Menopause are not the same. Dr. Watson explains the difference between the two terms, the changes occurring in the body during Perimenopause, and the different approaches used by professionals to ease symptoms.

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Dr. Amanda Seavey, PhD

Self-Improvement vs. Self-Acceptance

We are wired to want and need acceptance, love, and belonging. One of the single most important people to ever accept us… is us. But self-improvement is not the best way to get to self-acceptance, nor is withholding self-acceptance a good way to motivate us towards self-improvement.

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Anna Lutz, MPH, RD, LDN, CEDRD-S

Feeding Your Kids This Summer

A feeding structure that drowns out the “shoulds,” numbers, and external rules and allows you to listen to your internal messages and help shape your days this summer.

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HER Expert Panel

HER Expert Panel Summer Roundtable

HER Health Collective roundtables provide an opportunity for us to bring our panel of experts together to discuss important issues that are relevant to mothers in our community. The topics discussed in this session include: Diet Trends, How Food Affects Us, Supplementation, Fasting, and Dietary Restriction.

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Megan Werdel, BA, MA

Your Safety Re-Entry Plan

Megan provides ways to think in terms of your family’s personal COVID response plan so you can make the next right choice for your family based on the information available.

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