Stress and anxiety is prevalent among working parents, for good reason. We're juggling more and more everyday, often with less support than ever. If you're struggling to manage overwhelm and stress, this episode is for you.
Ilyse Dobrow DiMarco, Ph.D. is a mother of two and a Clinical Psychologist based in Summit, NJ. She specializes in working with stressed and anxious parents and writes frequently about parental mental health. She received her B.A. from Yale University and her Ph.D. from Rutgers University and is a Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Her writing has been featured in Motherwell, Motherly, Scary Mommy, and PopSugar Moms, as well as on her own blog, DrCBTMom.com.
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