Experienced Executive Director, author, psychologist, and app developer with a demonstrated history of working in the health and wellness industry. Skilled in Psychology, Grant Writing, Public Speaking, Teaching, and Health Education. Strong business development professional with a Ph.D in Health Psychology. Author of seven books, associate professor at Harvard Medical School. National and international speaker on wellness, burnout prevention, and stress management.
It’s normal to wake up in the night and worry. I don’t think I’ve ever had a patient report not doing it at least some of the time. I like to call it the ‘the midnight imp.’ Dreams seem to be more vivid during pregnancy, and a lot of women who have never before woken up in the middle of the night to worry, do so during pregnancy. They’re worrying about their health, about the baby’s health, about what it’s going to be like to have a new baby, about financial strain, about what the impact might be on siblings or a partner... it’s a lot to think about!17 November 2021