Apr 12, 2021
You may recognize this beautiful face and voice from a previous episode. I invited Kate Kripke back onto the podcast to dive even deeper into some crucial subjects as the evolution of these wild times continues. I have infinite respect and admiration for Kate and her work in the world and value our connection immensely.
Kate shares immense wisdom in the realm of mothering, mental health, nervous system regulation, how to feel our feelings, the root causes of depression and anxiety, and much more. Our work is so complimentary and I am grateful to bring her voice back onto the podcast again and in the future as well.
We hope this impromptu and fluid conversation provides some value to all who are navigating being a human and a mother during these days of upheaval.
ABOUT OUR GUEST: KATE KRIPKE
Kate Kripke, LCSW, PMH-C, is the Founder and Director of the Postpartum Wellness Center/Boulder as well as a senior therapist on the PWCB clinical team. She has been working with mothers and families as an educator, therapist, consultant, and coach for over 20 years.
Kate supports the process of the transition to parenthood for both men and women, with a specific focus on emotional and psychological health during reproduction, pregnancy, postpartum, and on-going motherhood. Kate has trained educators, doctors, therapists, and community members both locally and globally, and has been featured in numerous media outlets including the Huffington Post and Denver Parent Magazine.
Learn more about Kate's work on her website, and by following her on Facebook.