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The Therapy Edit
25 minutes | Nov 25, 2022
One Thing with Clare Seal on protecting your resources of money and time
In this guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna speaks to Clare Seal who is an author, Financial Coach and speaker at My Frugal Year. Clare's One Thing relates to expenditure (of both money and time) in the run up to the festive season and it's that it is never worth your wellbeing to live up to the expectations of others. You can follow Clare on Instagram at @myfrugalyear and find out about her services and background here https://www.clareseal.com You can buy Clare's most recent book, 5 Steps to Financial Freedom here https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/147228920X/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1633600675&ref_=tmm_pap_swatch_0&sr=8-4
11 minutes | Nov 21, 2022
On 5 ways to find more joy in the grind
On this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna shares 5 ways that you can find joy in the mundanity of the daily grind.
21 minutes | Nov 18, 2022
One Thing with Steph Claire Smith on strengthening identity and wellbeing
In this guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna asks the co-founder of Australian brand, Keep It Cleaner, Steph Claire Smith for her One Thing. Steph shares her advice to all mums that making space for the things that you loved prior to motherhood will make you feel better and more in touch with your identity. Steph is the COO and co-founder of Australian health & wellness app, Keep it Cleaner which you can visit here https://keepitcleaner.com She’s incredibly passionate about using her past experiences with toxic diet & exercise culture to help others build a healthy relationship with food & exercise. Steph has owned multiple successful businesses, is a proud mum to her son, Harvey, host of the KICBUMP podcast, co-host of the KICPOD, author of A Girl’s Guide to Kicking Goals and has over 80 health food products stocked in supermarkets across Australia. You can follow KIC on Instagram at @keepitcleaner and you can follow Steph's personal account alongside her loyal 1.5 million followers at @stephclairesmith And a special treat for listeners of The Therapy Edit... Use the code THERAPYEDIT via the website (not the app) for one free month of membership! Once the login is generated on the website they will then be able to utilise the app.
10 minutes | Nov 14, 2022
On my top tip for difficult days
In this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna chats about bad days and shares one really useful tip for not allowing them to consume you or fill you with fear that tomorrow might be a bad day!
20 minutes | Nov 11, 2022
One Thing with Hellen Wills on the truth about the teenage years
On this guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats to Helen Wills, blogger at Actually Mummy and mum of teens about her One Thing that she'd tell all the other mums. And it's great news - Helen's one thing is that we should not be fearful of the teenage years! Helen set up her blog, Actually Mummy, 11 years ago when her children were small. You can enjoy it here https://actuallymummy.co.uk Helen also talks about parenting teens on her podcast, Teenage Kicks. You can listen here https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/teenage-kicks-podcast/id1501488455 The podcast aims to show that families can and do get through hard things with their teens, and offers inspiration to parents dealing with similar stories to Helen's guests. Helen's Instagram @iamhelenwills is a mix of midlife stories (fashion with colour, not 'growing old gracefully' and sloping off into retirement) and her own thoughts on life with teenagers. You can also join Helen's Facebook group 'Teenage Kicks' where you can share the trials and tribulations of parenting teens. Here's the link https://www.facebook.com/groups/486393358908628
10 minutes | Nov 7, 2022
On 3 steps to dealing with irritability, overwhelm or rage
In this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna responds to a listener request and considers 3 really useful ways that we can manage feelings of rage.
22 minutes | Nov 4, 2022
One Thing with Hollie McNish on how to talk to our children about sex
On this episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats with poet Hollie McNish and asks her for her One Thing. Holle's One Thing is that as mothers we shouldn't pass on our feelings of shame to our children. Listeners of this episode will be treated to Hollie reading aloud her poetry on the subject. Hollie McNish is a Sunday Times Bestselling poet. Her books Slug, Nobody Told Me and Antigone are available here https://uk.bookshop.org/books/slug-the-sunday-times-bestseller/9780349726359 You can follow Hollie on Instagram at @holliepoetry where you'll also see her upcoming live events around globe.
11 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
On how to thrive in the juggle
In this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna considers the juggle of modern motherhood and whether keeping all of your juggling balls in the air is a realistic expectation for us.
20 minutes | Oct 28, 2022
One Thing with Sophie Bradbury-Cox on the uniqueness of mothering
In this guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats to Sophie Bradbury-Cox. Sophie's one thing comes from her perspective as a mum with a disability and a wheelchair user and she tells all the mums to embrace the uniqueness of their experiences as mothers and to avoid comparing their journey to those of others. Sophie is a disabled, colour obsessed mum of one who shares her totally unique experiences on her blog. You can read more about Sophie at www.fashionbellee.com and follow her on Instagram at @fashionbellee
11 minutes | Oct 24, 2022
On a tip to help you when you’re worried
On this solo episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna considers how we can turn our tendencies to worst case scenario think into best case scenario thinking.
23 minutes | Oct 21, 2022
One Thing with Kate Silverton on why there's no such thing as naughty
In this guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats to former BBC newsreader Kate Silverton. Now training to become a children's counsellor, Kate's one thing is that there is no such thing as naughty when it comes to your children. A mum of two, with a BSc in Psychology from the University of Durham Kate's experience as a mother has encouraged her to return to her academic roots in child psychology and psychotherapy. You can find out more about Kate at www.katesilverton.com and you can buy her book, There's No Such Thing As Naughty here https://www.waterstones.com/book/theres-no-such-thing-as-naughty/kate-silverton/9780349428529 You can also follow Kate on Instagram at @katesilverton
12 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
On questioning your identity
In this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna considers how mums start to question their identity as they settle into the roll of motherhood. She shares the section on 'Who Am I?" from the Little Book of Calm for New Mums and offers grounding thoughts on how we can reconnect with ourselves and accept who we are.
23 minutes | Oct 14, 2022
One Thing with Dr Becky on the life changing power of repair
In this episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna asks Dr Becky Kennedy for her One Thing. Dr Becky explains to Anna the power of repair when it comes to reflecting and learning from difficult moments in our parenting journey. A truly insightful and enlightening episode! Dr Becky is clinical psychologist, mum of three, and founder of Good Inside. By focusing on the parent behind the parenting and the child behind the behaviour, Dr Becky helps families heal — bringing out the good inside everyone. Dr Becky's groundbreaking approach to parenting is available via the Good Inside membership https://www.goodinside.com/ You can also access her supportive words via her podcast - listen to Anna's guest episode here https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/mom-rage-with-anna-mathur/id1561689671?i=1000571196808 Dr Becky's brand new book; Good Inside: A Practical Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to be is also available here https://www.waterstones.com/book/good-inside/dr-becky-kennedy/9780008505547 And of course you can follow Dr Becky on Instagram at @drbeckyatgoodinside
11 minutes | Oct 10, 2022
On how to get more headspace
In this episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna shares a recent realisation that something has been contributing to feelings of overwhelm. This tip will help us find fresh awareness and much needed headspace.
21 minutes | Oct 7, 2022
One Thing with Rosie Stockley on banishing guilt around movement
In this guest episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats with Rosie Stockley about her One Thing. Rosie talks about how important movement is and asks mums to banish any guilt they associate with taking time out for themselves to focus on their health. Mamawell founder, Rosie is a fitness specialist who has trained women of all walks of life and fitness levels over the last 15 years. She founded Mamawell to provide women with education and insight into their bodies in the pre and postpartum period (and beyond), and the benefits that exercise can bring, both for strength and energy - mentally & physically. She teaches in person & has online fitness programmes for pregnancy and postpartum and a subscription: Club Mamawell for all women. Rosie is well known for her holistic and intelligent approach to training the body, and the individual needs of each woman. She writes extensively, speaks and sits on panels highlighting the importance of fitness for mental health, the benefits of being strong throughout pregnancy and thereafter, and how to find balance and energy in our busy, multi-faceted roles as women. On her platform @mamawelluk, Rosie is respected for providing quality information, from her professional experience, whether this is on fitness, wellness, pregnancy, postpartum or mumlife with her 2 girls. Her motherhood experiences add to her approachable appeal for women wanting to be inspired to be strong, healthy and energised throughout this time. Visit Mamawell here https://www.mamawell.org/ And follow Rosie at @mamawelluk
12 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
On 5 ways to feel comforted
On this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna considers the importance of mothering the mother and offers 5 ideas on how mothers can mother themselves in the absence of the opportunity to be mothered by someone else.
20 minutes | Sep 30, 2022
One Thing with Rachaele Hambleton on dealing with challenging times
On this episode of The Therapy Edit Anna chats to Rachaele Hambleton, otherwise known as Part Time Working Mummy. Rachaele's one thing is that everything is temporary and this episode she tells Anna about how here life experience has led her to that conclusion and how she uses it to help soothe the bad days and bad times that she or her family, friends or the victims of domestic abuse that she supports, might be experiencing. Rachaele is a blogger, influencer, parent, and campaigner for victims of domestic abuse and bullying. She is an ambassador for Kidscape Charity https://www.kidscape.org.uk/ and is a patron for Trevi Charity https://trevi.org.uk/. Rachaele is a double Sunday times best selling author, in both fiction and non-fiction categories and has just secured her third non-fiction book deal which is due for release in Spring 2023. Part-Time Working Mummy: A Patchwork Life [By Rachaele Hambleton] - [Paperback] -Best sold book in-Psychology https://amzn.eu/d/0VNSyGB A Different Kind of Happy: The Sunday Times bestseller and powerful fiction debut https://amzn.eu/d/acp4PjS Locally in her area Rachaele has set up two women’s centres to help vulnerable families where they deliver trauma workshops and domestic abuse programmes to women. She also owns a shop @patchworkthestore – all profits from this support the running of the women’s centres. You can follow Rachaele at @parttimeworkingmummy
10 minutes | Sep 26, 2022
On taming the inner critic
In this solo episode of The Therapy Edit Anna shares her thoughts on ideas on how you can tame the inner critic and internal voice that might be stifling your feelings of self worth.
21 minutes | Sep 23, 2022
One Thing with Midwife Pip on reflecting on birth and labour
On this episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna chats to Midwife Pip who shares her one piece of advice to all the mums; that there is no perfect way to birth your baby. A brilliant listen for any expectant mums feeling pressure to achieve whatever they perceive to be a 'perfect' birth. Pip is a practicing midwife in the UK, currently working as a Delivery Suite Sister she has a wealth of experience supporting parents-to-be through all aspects of pregnancy, birth and the postpartum. Pip has trained and worked in some of the leading maternity units, has continued to study through a master's programme and is passionate about all aspects of women's health and wellness. The decision to found her antenatal classes and postnatal support services arose from having met and cared for many parents who, despite attending antenatal classes, had not felt prepared for the potential twists and turns that may unfold during labour and birth. Pip is on a mission to bridge this gap by providing honest, evidence-based antenatal and postnatal education to ensure women feel empowered to birth free from fear and prepared to navigate their parenting journey. Enthused by the momentous benefits of exercising in pregnancy and a healthy, nourishing pregnancy diet Pip is excited to bring you programmes that will facilitate an active pregnancy lifestyle and that support a woman's body through birth and in preparation for motherhood. Pip has an ethos that "a positive birth does not have to be un-medicated; it just needs to be from an informed place of positivity and free from fear". This underpins her midwife-led antenatal classes and parenting preparation courses to give you the very best pregnancy advice. Find out about Pip and all the words of wisdom she has on offer here https://www.midwifepip.com Follow her on Instagram at @midwifepip And listen to her amazing podcast here https://www.midwifepip.com/podcast If you would benefit from support and insight around your birth or labour, please head to birthtraumaassociation.org.uk
11 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
On 5 gentle thoughts about sadness
In this special episode of The Therapy Edit, Anna considers 5 gentle thoughts on how we can honour and understand thoughts of feelings and sadness. This episode is published on the day of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
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