“Cult hero” “Rock star” “Dear friend” “Mamma to the masses”
I am not your typical parenting expert. In fact, I challenge the whole idea that someone outside a family could possibly BE an expert about how to parent within another’s unit. I know my clients are the experts, and I help them to see that too. My work offers a new perspective on children, parenting, family life and being a healthy, happy, whole human being. By guiding, supporting and inspiring my clients to live the life they are here to enjoy‚ I encourage living with a wide open and courageous heart.
Carrie has been invited to share her passion on The Today Show, CBS Radio, National Public Radio, and has contributed to publications including Time Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Star-Ledger, among others. Additionally, Carrie co-founded the Slow Family Living movement to create a ground swell behind this simple and effective lifestyle. Her scholarly and hands-on research gave birth to, CALMS: A Guide to Soothing Your Baby, What Babies Want: Calming and Communicating With Your Baby. A television show is in the works. Stay tuned.
Carrie earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a specialty in prenatal and perinatal psychology, an M.A. in prenatal and perinatal psychology, and holds a M.Ed. degree in health education and health promotion and a B.A. in psychology.
Thank you so much for checking out my site! My goal is to provide information and support to parents so they can create healthy, deep relationships. I am so glad you are here! If you’re a parent, congratulations on embarking on a crazy, joyous adventure.