Emma Nadler is a psychotherapist–a Licensed professional clincal counselor. I have a private practice for adults that is focused on relationships, assertiveness, perinatal mental health (including postpartum adjustment), & life transitions.
In todays episode, Lindsey and Emma discuss ways to cope with a significant diagnosis for your child, parenting medically complex children, coping as a caregiver and a parent, and ways to be creative as a parent during difficult times.
Emma shares about the her personal experiences and how her journey led her to write a memoir, The Unlikely Village of Eden.
UPDATE-In the episode the book launch is discussed as taking place on Friday, April 28th 7PM, this is no longer correct. Please disregard the date and time mentioned in the podcast.
The book launch for The Unlikely Village of Eden is now happening on Sunday, May 7th at 5pm at Magers & Quinn in conversation with Rabbi Marcia Zimmeran. It's free but you must preregister. She would love to see you there!
Emma shares a variety of resources on the podcast, including, Dr Pauline Boss's work on ambigous loss - her website ambigousloss.com provides a roadmap for healing.
Stay connected to Emma - emmanadler.com or follow her at @emmanadllerwrites
PLEASE NOTE:Listening to this podcast in no way creates a client/therapist relationship with Emma Nadler or PPSM. No legal, counseling, or other professional services are being rendered and nothing is intended to provide such services or advice of any kind. If you are having a mental health emergency, please contact 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. You can also text or call 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.
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