Feb 8, 2017
Psychotherapist Laura Roman works with many working mothers and has seen a trend in how they treat themselves. The guilt, comparing, not allowing themselves to want things for themselves, or not being able to identify their own needs and not allowing for any downtime or self-care. Not even 10-minutes. Is this you? Maybe? Have a listen and see what Laura advises to regain a sense of peace, stability, and reduce bitterness toward work, family and other pressures.
About Laura in her own words...
I am a born communicator and teacher. I spent most of my childhood in front of an imaginary classroom. My love for teaching and helping people has led me to speak in more tangible environments: classrooms, boardrooms and a variety of other venues.
I yearn to educate and motivate people to look within and discover their own truth and shout it out in the most important areas of their lives:
Life | Love | Business
I received my degree in Theology from Duquesne University. I spent the first part of my career as a teacher and retreat leader. It was during this time that I became aware of spirituality and the role that it would play in my life and work. After receiving my Master’s Degree from the University of Pittsburgh, I began my journey as a therapist in Wexford, PA. The road to self-improvement is a challenging one, but in the end my clients make the connections that they could possibly be struggling to achieve.
Mentioned in this episode....
Laura on Periscope
TFT Self Training Book
NPR Article "Bored to Brilliant" on day dreaming and stepping away from your phone (make a link of this title with this ... http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2015/01/12/376717870/bored-and-brilliant-a-challenge-to-disconnect-from-your-phone)