Having issues with your Mom? Check out this podcast by Therapy for Black Girls.
Are you are a young adult woman, or even a solidly middle-aged woman, burdened by a distressing relationship your mother? Are you struggling to find peace with this important woman in your life? Are you worried about your ability to turn your experiences with your mother into effective parenting with your own daughter? Well, today’s show is for you! Tune in to hear the wisdom of Dr. Pamela Thompson, author of the book Surviving Mama: Overcoming Strained Mother-Daughter Relationships, An Adult Daughter’s Guide. Listen and find out how you can dissolve Mama’s negative influence while cherishing her positive impact!
Dr. Pamela Thompson is a licensed clinical psychologist and professional life coach based in Atlanta Georgia. Dr. Thompson received her B.A. in journalism from at the University of Georgia and her M.A. and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. She completed her clinical internship at the University of Tennessee and her post-doctoral fellowship at Metro State Prison for Women. She has been licensed as a psychologist since 2002 and has owned her private practice, Building Bridges to Better Lives, since 2004. Dr Thompson is a member of the network of providers associated with the nationally syndicated radio show “New Life Live” and an active member of the Sesame Street Advisory Board. She continues to provide clinical services to several prisons throughout Georgia, most notably Metro State Prison for women in Atlanta. Find more information on Dr. Thompson and her book, please check out: www.drpamthompson.com and www.survivingmama.com.