Mother of 2
Brooke is a Doctor of Occupational Therapy. With over a decade experience, Brooke built a thriving business called Therapeutic Learning Center which focused on treating the child and educating the entire family on coping skills and strategies to manage the societal challenges children and family units face.
With life experience, having two preemies, running a business (and household), Brooke began to feel the struggles of motherhood, being stretched too thin. This ultimately led to Brooke selling her business, stepping away to readjust her priorities, and focus more on her own family at home.
During this pause, Brooke went on an exploration of self, and dove into the “why” of her career burnout. The ah-ha moment came when she recognized the missing link between treating children, and parent education.
“We as mothers need support and guidance to get through this life. It’s simply too much to do on our own. Having support as a mother is what our children need most in this world to thrive.”
Brooke’s expertise in child development, sensory regulation, and parental connection, led Brooke to begin coaching Mama’s and families through this difficult phase of life. Brooke helps Mama’s tap into their individual strength, teach them how to trust their gut, and support growth in building emotional connections with their children and family they’ve always longed for. “It’s ok to be vulnerable. Most importantly, it’s ok to allow yourself this support.”
Brooke has become part of our team to provide additional support to BFC families during and post COVID-19. To ease some of the tension and trauma caused by the pandemic, Brooke is available to speak or virtually meet with families to get them back on track and comfortable hiring childcare once again.