Women’s wellbeing talk – recording and resources


If you weren’t able to join our online talk on Monday 28th February, you can still access the recording and additional resources. They will be sent to you via email after you place your order.

Constant changes, restrictions, disappointments…for some of us they have felt relentless over the last few months. The pressure is palpable and it doesn’t only affect us, it also affects our children. Whether it’s in the context of navigating the covid disruptions, life with a newborn or older kids, it can feel like we’re constantly being thrown curveballs.

“We cannot control what’s going on outside of us, but we can control how we respond.”

If you feel exhausted, if the start of the year hasn’t brought much excitement so far, if you’ve been feeling flat or unsettled, this talk will give you the tools to:

  • overcome emotional overwhelm, especially when things don’t go to plan and how to cultivate emotional intelligence
  • welcome change with calm and composure
  • stay hopeful even if everyone else around you is not
  • be present with your children through big emotions and disruptions
  • find the motivation to step into this year with confidence and kindness, no matter what it brings!

Susanne and I have combined our experience working with women and children in private practice, corporate and school environments, together with our studies in mindfulness and positive psychology, to infuse this talk with practical tools and insights that will help you and your children thrive through change.

About us:

Elise Clement is a certified life coach and a psychotherapist-in-training dedicated to women’s wellbeing and personal evolution through motherhood and matrescence, the huge transformation that women go through as they navigate the joys and challenges of being a mother. You can find out more about her work here.

Susanne North is a certified family coach/educator & wellbeing practitioner, helping parents and children thrive and feel connected. Through her work as a Family Educator for Sydney Catholic Schools over the past ten years, Susanne brings a wealth of experience in the realm of family wellbeing underpinned by the Positive Psychology framework. You can find out more about her work here.