Podcast: Top 3 Working Mom’s Advice on “Overcoming Monday” with Sharie King
Overcoming Mondayis a podcast hosted by Sharie King which provides you with little secrets for your big breakthrough. In each episode, you get to hear from writer, speaker, mom and pastor’s wife Sharie King, as she invites you into conversations with some of her favorite people who are talking about the issues that matter most to you. We hope these conversations will enhance your emotional and spiritual health by helping you understand yourself, the people you love, and the world around you. We want you to win where it matters most.
On this episode, Jess Hatton, pastor’s wife, mom of three, and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, discusses her Top 3 Working Mom’s Advice. Jessica Hatton of Christian Mom Counseling offers professional counseling to moms in North Carolina via teletherapy. Schedule a 15 minute call with her today to see if you are a good candidate for virtual therapy sessions.
Christian Mom Counseling provides professional counseling via virtual teletherapy for women located in the state of North Carolina. We utilize real-time video to have sessions with women all over the state of NC. There are multiple reasons why and here are a few:
As a mom of three, I understand the difficulty of scheduling and making time for myself. I’ve found that many other mothers who are in the early childhood stage of motherhood find scheduling online sessions easier and more feasible. Save time on travel and sitters and schedule online.
You can attend your session even if you are sick without the risk of exposing anyone else!
It’s a good option if you live in a remote area that makes finding a counselor close to you difficult.
My primary specialty is faith-based Christian Counseling. That being said, many of my clients have commented on their inability to find counselors who claim to be Christian and include faith as a major part of the client’s healing and recovery.
Virtual Counseling is here to stay and studies have shown that in many cases tele-therapy can be equally as effective. You will always hear me recommend in person interpersonal connections (family, friends, church, small groups, and other forms of deep relationships with others) but online counseling can provide many of the same advantages of in-person counseling.
If you’ve been wondering if tele-therapy would be a good fit I’d love to hear from you! Click the button below to form to schedule a free phone consultation: