I knew when I had the idea to create this book that I had to vibe in a Dream Tribe of Sister Goddesses. And, thank Goddess, I did! Scroll down to meet Connie, Kristine, Misty and myself. Seldom do we get asked to talk about how awesome we are, but that is what you will find on this website. In her book, “Pussy: A Reclamation,” author, Regena Thomashauer aptly identifies that all too often the only acceptable way for women to bond is through what is going ‘wrong.’ There just isn’t a culturally supported practice of coming together to talk about what is going ‘right.’ Who is with me on changing this? Want to start today? Right now? Let’s try it. Go and text your girlfriend about how you avoided a conflict by showing love and understanding. Or, find a close buddy to share with about what an incredible orgasm you had last night….maybe you made eye contact and smiled at the cashier while paying for your groceries….share that! We are all doing SO MUCH GOOD! We just forget what vibe shifters we are because we aren’t allowed to hang it in lights. That old way of thinking doesn't serve any of us anymore. Nope. Nada. No way. It has got to change and we are the ones to change it. Just Like Momma Rose says in “Gypsy,” we need to ‘Sing out, Louise!’ We need to start singing our praises and dancing down the street. Because, honey we are amazing! All of us! And, if you don’t have anyone to tell or anywhere to dance…Come and tell us. We will dance with you! Send us an email and we will support you! We will honor you! We will love you and we will tell you how valued and needed you are because we are the ‘Divine Mommy Soul-to-Sisterhood Tribe.’
Jamie Day, MS, LMFT, RDT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Drama Therapist, Creator of the Divine Mommy Movement and Author of the upcoming ‘Soul-To-Sisterhood,’ book, proud momma, happy wife and very good friend. Currently, Jamie works as a therapist in private practice with individuals, couples and families marrying her psychotherapy background with the potent and powerful work of the Sacred Feminine and the Sacred Masculine. Jamie has earned Master of Science degrees in both Marriage and Family Therapy and Interdisciplinary Arts from Nova Southeastern University. In addition, she also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre Performance from Northern Kentucky University. Jamie has a diverse background of experience and has worked with survivors of human trafficking, at-risk adolescents and their families, anger management groups for teens, drama therapy groups for college students, expressive arts therapy groups for families facing chronic illness and loss, teen parents, homeless pregnant mothers, mothers in drug and alcohol recovery, families with children diagnosed with SPD and ASD, bereavement, Military Families, youth and adults living with PTSD and survivors of sexual trauma. Jamie is also specially trained in Infant Mental Health, Trauma Informed Care, The Circle of Security Parenting Model and is a Parenting Educator. She brings more than 12 years of experience in working with clients as well as leading connective and supportive groups for women, families, and children. Her dedicated approach incorporates a solution-focused mindset that empowers, affirms and invokes the strength within. To get in touch with Jamie, email her at: email@example.com.
Check back for Connie’s bio….but for the moment, as her friend, I can tell you SHE IS AWESOME! I LOVE THIS WOMAN! And, you will too!
Check back for Kristine’s full professional Bio….
But, if I had to write it, I would definitely include that she has a good butt, she does a great Eddie Murphy impersonation and, she is a fantastic super-momma!
For our editor, Misty, bio and pic coming soon! We are doing her shoot soon. I can’t wait!