EP61: Dayna Kurtz, Mothercare is as Essential as Childcare

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This week we are talking with Dayna Kurtz. Dayna is a psychotherapist in private practice and serves as Director of the Anna Keefe Women's Center in Manhattan.   She earned her Masters in Social Work from Columbia University and completed postgraduate studies in psychodynamic psychotherapy at The Training Institute for Mental Health. With a particular interest in the intersection between emotional and physical health, she also hold a personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, with an additional certification in training pre and postnatal clients. She is the author of Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom and The Total Body Cure for Women and is a contributor to The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies. Listen to Dayna as she shares the importance of mothercare, approaching differences in “mommy wars” with curiosity rather than judgement, and learning to check in with our internal voices as a mom. 

MORE FROM DAYNA  | Dayna’s Website | Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom by Dayna Kurtz (Book) | The Total Body Cure for Women by Dayna Kurtz (Book) | The Doctor's Book of Natural Remedies (Book) | Follow Dayna on Facebook | Follow Dayna on Instagram | Follow Dayna on Twitter







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