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Our Mom Tribe
Raleigh, NC

Renee is a Licensed Professional Therapist specializing in eating disorders. She helps women be their best Confident Mom self and raise body confident children.

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CSwan Counseling
Raleigh, NC

Christian Broyhill is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Occupational Therapist specializing in Trauma Recovery.

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Denver Child Therapy
Denver, Colorado

Sheryl Ziegler is a Doctorate of Psychology and Registered Play Therapist, Author of Mommy Burnout™, TEDx Speaker, Podcast Host of The Dr. Sheryl Show and Media Contributor

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Oak City Counseling
Raleigh, NC

Sara Thatcher is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Trauma Specialist, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor and Registered Yoga Teacher. She also provides talk therapy/creative expression with tweens/teens and parent support/coaching. 

Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy
Raleigh, NC

Anna Lutz is a Registered Dietitian specializing in eating disorders and pediatric/family nutrition. Anna uses a Health at Every Size® approach and has extensive experience in feeding dynamics, diabetes, food allergies, extreme picky eating, and other pediatric nutrition concerns.

Tomata
Raleigh, NC

Maggie Perkins is a Registered Dietician specializing in family nutrition, baby-led weaning, picky eating, and managing stress and guilt around food for parents.

Triangle Area Parenting Support
Raleigh, NC

Monica is the founder and director of TAPS, a nonprofit organization that connects, informs, and empowers parents by facilitating inclusive, research based, non-judgmental sustainable support programs based on the Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS).

The Mom Advantage
Boston, MA

Kristie Shelley is a former teacher, literacy educational consultant, and VP of her own language product company. She is currently a language product director, and provides early literacy tools and games for parents through her company, The Mom Advantage.

Homegrown Speech
Raleigh, NC

Karen Williams is a certified speech-language pathologist. Her specific interests include pediatric feeding, language development, articulation, and voice disorders.

we are
Durham, NC

Dr. Ronda Taylor Bullock is the co-founder and Executive Director of we are. Which stands for “Working to Extend Anti-Racist Education.” we are provides anti-racism trainings for children, families, and educators. 

Path to Hope Counseling
Raleigh, NC

Nicole is a licensed clinical mental health counselor associate and parent coach. She has worked extensively with children between the ages of 5 and 14 in her role as a school counselor and school teacher for 22 years.

Pivot Physical Therapy
Raleigh, NC

Holly is the clinic director of the Pivot PT Wake Forest Road office. She has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is an Orthopedic Certified Specialist. She has developed her own women’s health program and worked extensively with athletes.

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Triangle Chiropractic and Rehabilitation
Raleigh, NC

Dr. Mumma is a chiropractor specializing in rehabilitation and women’s health. She has also completed over 600 continuing education credit hours in areas such as rehabilitation, developmental kinesiology, pediatrics, pregnancy, nutrition, pain management, sports injuries, TMJ disorder treatment, disc pain, and neurology.

Healthy Steps NC
Raleigh, NC

Christina and Brian are both Internationally Certified in NeuroMuscular Massage. Christina is trained in manual lymph drainage and a Fully Certified C.A.R.E. Instructor (Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education). Brian is certified in Orthopedic and Sports Massage and worked with NC State University Sports Department and Carolina Hurricanes.

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Two to Tango
Raleigh, NC

Candice is a sex educator and Harvard grad. She helps individuals improve sexual communication and build more intimate relationships. Candice co-founded Two to Tango and created Sexperiential Learning™, a new kind of sex education for adults.

2020 HER Expert Panel

Adrienne Alden

Relationship Counseling

Jessica Altemara

Lactation Consultant

Katherine Andrew

Nutritionist

Dr. Stacey Bean

Physician

Lauren Campbell

Relationship Counseling

Sara Gonet

Nutrition

Dr. Erika Grace
Physical Therapy & Pelvic Health​
Brit Guerin
Fitness
Laura Henson

Nutrition

Billie Karel

Nutrition

Anna Lutz

Nutrition

Dr. Louise Metz

Physician

Eva Miller

Art Therapy

Dr. Lindsay Moses
Physical Therapy & Pelvic Health​
Dr. Lindsay Mumma

Chiropractic & Rehabilitation

Dr. Amanda Seavey

Mental Health

Dr. Elizabeth Sierakowski

Physician

Dr. Polly Watson

Gynecology

HER Expert Panel
ROUNDTABLES

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.

Navigating anxiety and isolation while social distancing during the time of COVID.

Diet Trends, How Food Affects Us, Supplementation, Fasting, and Dietary Restriction.

HER Expert Panel Fall Roundtable will take place on September 18th 3:30 pm4:30 pm

Topics will include:

  • Diastasis Recti and Associated Myths
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse and treatment options
  • Endometriosis
  • Perimenopause
  • Adrenal Health/ Hormones and endocrine issues across the lifespan
  • Dealing with Mental and Emotional Impact of Physical Changes in the body
  • Navigating the financials of healthcare and how it impacts the family
  • Basic Lab Testing for Preconception/Prenatal/ Postpartum patients
  • Test Results — “Normal” is not always optimal: Clients that present with “normal” results but still struggle with a variety of symptoms; Shifting medical responses away from statements such as: “it’s part of being a mom,” “You’re getting older,” “Nothing we can do for you”

HER Expert Panel Winter Roundtable will take place on November 13th 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Topics will include:

  • Perfectionism/ Vulnerability for women; mothers
  • Enabling/Inspiring/Optimizing Co-Regulation between infant and parent
  • Improving access to care – reaching low-income mothers and families
  • How do we improve collaboration in the health and wellness industry (when and where to refer — what could a future model look like?)
  • How to change societal conversations?  How to change the structure of an antiquated system?

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