37 episodes

Welcome to Mums On A Mission, a show for moms, dads, and anyone raising kids! I'm your host, Julie Hatch, a parenting expert, pediatric nurse practitioner, and holistic health specialist.
Do you lie awake worrying about your child because of their behavior at home or school? Do you wonder if you're doing the right thing as a parent? Are you struggling with how to handle your child's behavior? Are the time-outs and punishments not working anymore, and you don't know what to do next?
Each week, I will be giving you a new way to look at parenting through a more holistic approach. Learn how to get beyond the behavior and raise creative, confident, courageous kids.
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Mums on a Mission Podcast with Julie Hatch Julie Hatch

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Welcome to Mums On A Mission, a show for moms, dads, and anyone raising kids! I'm your host, Julie Hatch, a parenting expert, pediatric nurse practitioner, and holistic health specialist.
Do you lie awake worrying about your child because of their behavior at home or school? Do you wonder if you're doing the right thing as a parent? Are you struggling with how to handle your child's behavior? Are the time-outs and punishments not working anymore, and you don't know what to do next?
Each week, I will be giving you a new way to look at parenting through a more holistic approach. Learn how to get beyond the behavior and raise creative, confident, courageous kids.
(Description by Julie Hatch)

    Daniel Linder: A New Paradigm of Understanding Addiction

    Daniel Linder: A New Paradigm of Understanding Addiction

    Daniel Linder is a returning guest to Mums on a Mission Podcast! 
    Daniel is a “self and relationship-based therapist,” practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Austin, Tx for the past three-plus decades, doing relationship therapy and training with individuals, couples and families.  
    All of his work, passion, and purpose are about empowering the transformation of relationships by developing the relationship with Self; to elevate consciousness. increase connect-ability and ignite creativity. 
    Today Daniel is walking us through part of his model in understanding and healing oneself from addiction. Daniel's model is so rich and helpful to people in understanding where their addiction is coming from. The way Daniel handles addiction makes it seem so much more approachable to get out of addiction than the saying “Just say no.” 
    There is so much to be said about his model. Unfortunately, we did not have time to get through all of it the stages of his model, so please go to his website at: https://www.relationshipvision.com/  to find out more and get a copy of his books on Amazon.
    Find out more about your host by visiting https://www.juliephillipshatch.com/

    • 59 min
    Misasha Suzuki Graham & Sara Blanchard: An open discussion on diversity and racism and what we can do as parents

    Misasha Suzuki Graham & Sara Blanchard: An open discussion on diversity and racism and what we can do as parents

    Racism is a hot topic, and today we are having an open discussion on raising kids and being a parent in a diverse world with guests Misasha Suzuki and Sara Blanchard!
    A graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Law School, Misasha Suzuki Graham has been a practicing litigator for over 15 years, and is passionate about diversity, equity and inclusion in the legal profession as well as in her communities. 
    She is a facilitator, writer, and speaker regarding issues of racial justice, especially with regards to children, the co-author of Dear White Women: Let’s Get (Un)comfortable Talking About Racism, and the co-host of Dear White Women, a social justice podcast. Misasha, who is biracial (Japanese and White), is married to a Black man, and is the proud mom of two very active multiracial young boys. They live in the Bay Area of California with their largely indifferent cat.
    Sara Blanchard helps build community and connection through conscious conversations, which she does as a facilitator, TEDx speaker, writer, and consultant. 
    After graduating from Harvard and working at Goldman Sachs, Sara pursued the science and techniques of well-being and is a certified life coach, author of two books (Flex Mom and Dear White Women: Let’s Get (Un)comfortable Talking About Racism), and co-host of Dear White Women, an award-winning weekly social justice podcast. Sara is biracial (Japanese and White), married to a White Canadian man, and is raising their two White-presenting girls to be compassionate, thoughtful advocates. They live in Denver, Colorado with their incredibly lovable dog.
    Find out more about Misasha and Sara, and their podcast and book by visiting https://www.dearwhitewomen.com/ 
    Find out more about your host by visiting https://www.juliephillipshatch.com/

    • 49 min
    Aliza Said: Rekindle Love and Passions With Your Spouse AFTER the Kids Are Born

    Aliza Said: Rekindle Love and Passions With Your Spouse AFTER the Kids Are Born

    Today my guest is Aliza Said, a Mama Marriage Coach, who is a relationship coach and is passionate about empowering mothers to reconnect to their husbands after having kids and start living like soul mates and not roommates. She lives on genuine connections, holistic thought patterns, and a positive growth mindset. She loves seeing couples rekindle their love and turn the mess into magic. 
    She shares in today’s episode how to Rekindle Love and Passions With Your Spouse AFTER the Kids Are Born, being married to her best friend and a mama of 5 little blessings.
    Find out more about Aliza and listen to her podcast at: https://www.alizasaid.com/  
    Find out more about your host by visiting https://www.juliephillipshatch.com/

    • 46 min
    Amy Cothren: Stay at Home Moms: Squashing the hot mess mom culture

    Amy Cothren: Stay at Home Moms: Squashing the hot mess mom culture

    Amy Cothren is here with me today to talk about the value in being a stay-at-home mom and squashing the hot mess mom culture!
    Amy Cothren is the host and creator of her podcast, Mom: In Process, which speaks mostly to stay-at-home moms (SAHMs) about the importance of working on themselves in order to raise the future generation. In addition to the podcast, she offers her 1 on 1 mentoring for SAHMs who need the support of another mama friend. 
    Amy is now on a mission to share her experiences with other women and help guide them to a place where they love the role they are in, with a Mama Mindset.
    Amy shares how all of her friends worked, and how she stepped away from a career that she worked very hard to get into to become a stay-at-home mom. 
    In today’s episode, Amy shares how she believes being a stay-at-home mom is a job, and that you treat it as such, as well as how important it is to make sure you put value in your role as a stay-at-home mother! This was such a great conversation! I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
    You can find out more about Amy and listen to her podcast at: https://www.mominprocess.com/ 
    Find out more about your host by visiting https://www.juliephillipshatch.com/

    • 50 min
    Rita Morris: Conflict at Home? It’s Ok, It’s Healthy - Listen Why

    Rita Morris: Conflict at Home? It’s Ok, It’s Healthy - Listen Why

    Rita Morris is my guest today and she will be talking about conflict in your home, whether that is with your spouse, understanding your child better, or setting boundaries in your home.
    Rita is a parenting coach with a background in counseling. She works with parents around issues such as divorce, conflict, boundary setting, uncooperative behavior, and teaching kids about consequences. She helps kids to learn how to make good decisions for themselves.
    You can find out more about Rita and her work at: https://pepperlane.co/rita-morris 
    Find out more about your host by visiting https://www.juliephillipshatch.com/

    • 33 min
    Sasha Morozov: Having It All - The Work-Home-Family Life Balance

    Sasha Morozov: Having It All - The Work-Home-Family Life Balance

    Sasha Morozov is here with me to share about Having it All. NOT the work-life balance but The Work-Home-Family Life Balance!
    Sasha Morozov is a former executive who holds a Master’s in Social Work and is the founder of Sasha X Home. When Sasha isn’t chasing after her two sons, she utilizes her clinical skills to coach women who are killing it at work but feel like they are failing at home to have more time, less clutter, and systems for a peaceful life. Sasha believes that working moms are exceptional humans who are skilled, devoted, and unstoppable. Sasha has spent almost 15 years working in the non-profit field to help individuals and families create better futures. Sasha is an avid minimalist, productivity master, and is obsessed with organizing and designing homes. Sasha has now developed a 4- Step Method that focuses on Self, Home, Relationships, and Systems to help moms hit start on the life they’ve put on pause. 
    You can find out more about Sasha by visiting her website at: https://www.sashaxhome.com/ 
    Find out more about your host by visiting https://www.juliephillipshatch.com/ 

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

irene1511 ,

Changing the world 💜

I truly believe we can change the world as we expand our view on parenting that is in alignment with the latest research and learn to parent from our hearts. Julie is on a mission to share this vital message and is doing so through this podcast. Loving it!

AmeliaRyanSherry ,

East Meets West in Parenting

East meets west in the perspective and advice offered by Julie and many of her guests! This podcast is like a personal alternative parenting coach you can carry in your pocket and dial up when you need it most. Highly recommend!

Darrie S. ,

Highly Recommend!

Julie is so knowledgeable and gives practical advice for all parents! I love how she incorporates Eastern medicine into parenting. She has encouraged me to connect more with my children, and not feel so overwhelmed! Great podcast!

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