Say Good-bye To Parental Burnout

Soul-care for moms of children with complex needs.

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As a mom of a child with complex needs

You need support

What you don’t need are trite reminders to “put your oxygen mask on first” or take more bubble baths. Those comments may come from a good place, but they probably end up making you feel more isolated. No one seems to have any idea what you’re really facing day in and day out.

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You deserve to be embraced by a community

that understands what it’s like to...
You don’t need a pedicure…

You need peace

You need to heal a brain on literal fire from being in survival mode for so long. You need tools to handle high levels of stress, master boundaries, and shut up the negative self-talk. You need support to address your own trauma and grief. And, you need help discovering how to carve out a life for yourself.

I know you need that community because I need it, too. That’s why I’m building it.


I’m Kelli

A licensed therapist, parent educator, and TBRI Practitioner with 30 years of experience working with hundreds of families in circumstances similar to yours.

I’m also a mom of four and two of my children have life-altering, complex medical needs. I know what it feels like to be exhausted to the core and repeatedly gut-punched watching your child suffer.

I also know what it takes to walk this journey out and be ok.

I’m building this community—for us.

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As Parents

We need a space where...

We can speak honestly about how we are personally impacted by caring for children with complex mental health, behavioral health, and medical needs.

Soul-care > Self-care

I’ll help you dive deep and address the things that are really stealing your peace.

Practical > Philosophical

You don’t have time to spare. We’ll talk about practical tools you can use right away, even in the midst of your challenging circumstances.

Can > should

You won’t hear us say “you should do this” or “you should do that.” Instead, this is a safe place where you can be yourself without judgment.
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You’re Invited!

Drop your email here and join us.
I’ll send over my popular training, C.A.L.M. the Chaos: 4 Wildly Practical Ways to Address Stress (That Nobody Else is Talking About). After that, I’ll pop in your inbox about once a week to offer helpful tips and share new podcast episodes.

Better is possible

You can’t afford to ignore your own needs any longer. Burnout, secondary trauma, compassion fatigue, blocked care – they’re real and they can affect you and your family.

Here’s a promise – if you learn how to care for yourself in the midst of what you’re facing, things can get better, even if your circumstances remain the same. You can be in a better place emotionally, physically, spiritually, and relationally.

You don’t have to face this journey alone

Drop your email address and let’s say goodbye to burnout and discover greater peace, together.

Drop your email here and join us.

Your well-being matters.