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Erica Djossa
How do I cope with the load of motherhood? How do I raise good humans when I'm just trying to survive? How can I take care of my own mental health? And the biggest question of all: how do I redefine myself after going through the metamorphosis of motherhood? On the Happy as a Mother Podcast, host and psychotherapist Erica Djossa teaches strategies to help you cope with the psychological and emotional load of motherhood, guides you on a journey of self love and acceptance, and answers your tough parenting questions. Erica shares the best kept secrets of the therapy world, bringing you...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 396 ratings
A must listen for moms
This podcast is incredible, and I’m thankful for the work that goes into it. It covers so many important topics in a really supportive way. Thank you, Erica team!
Car's iPhone via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/22/24
Although I used to listen to this podcast, and appreciate the level of expertise shown, I was very disappointed in listening to an episode that promoted abortion. The host did not describe her view, but allowed a guest to express this view, which I find incompatible with life and motherhood. I...Read full review »
Elizabeth😇 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/24
Great content- too many ads
Great content but there are so many ads it’s distracting and off putting.
cebnk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/08/24
Recent Episodes
Published 02/28/24
Our careers can look different once we become moms—and that doesn’t need to be a bad thing. Many moms are embracing flexibility, considering career changes, and reevaluating what they want from their personal and professional lives.  Today, I’m joined by career and leadership coach Jess Galica,...
Published 02/28/24
The postpartum period is a vulnerable time for our mental health—and not just for the person who gives birth. Fathers or non-birthing partners and adoptive parents are all also at risk. And yet, postpartum depression in dads and partners is often overlooked and undersupported—even more so than...
Published 02/21/24
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