In this half-day workshop, Kaitlin will take us through a deep dive of the core concepts of FairPlay, a system created by her colleague and New York Times Best Selling Author, Eve Rodsky. Through use of personal and clinical stories as well as guided exercises you’ll walk away from this workshop with a better understanding of how your current system could work smoother and more fairly so both you and your partner can have more time and space to pursue a life you want to live. Leading with compassion and practicality, you will learn to use your leadership skills to start treating your home like the most important organization you are a part of- because it truly is.
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Kaitlin Soule specializes in women’s mental health, anxiety and modern parenting. Kaitlin identifies as a relatable therapist, an imperfect mom to three, and author of the newly released book, A Little Less of A Hot Mess. Through her work, Kaitlin empowers modern women and elevates mental health conversations so women can stop abandoning themselves, take agency over their life, and thrive at home, at work, and beyond.
Even as a therapist, like many moms, Kaitlin found herself drowning under the invisible load of motherhood, until a miscarriage in a car gave her the epiphany that she needed to STOP abandoning herself.
Kaitlin wrote A Little Less of a Hot Mess: The Modern Mom's Guide to Growth and Evolution, to invite women to reclaim their identity with a practical framework called imperfect growth and evolution™. In efforts to bring dialogue around mental health and growth to everyday women, Kaitlin hosts a podcast called, “A little Less of A Hot Mess: Off The Couch Conversation With a Therapist.” She frequently contributes to the media as an expert and a writer and has been published in the NY Post, Washington Post, Parents, Scary Mommy, Oxygen, Psych Central, TLC and more.
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