let's take care of you.
You’re not alone. You’re in the right place if…
- you crave to feel acknowledged & appreciated.
- you consistently place the needs of others above your needs.
- you feel frustrated or overwhelmed.
- you feel guilty when spending time or money taking care of yourself.
Are you ready for a reset?
If so, you’ve come to the right place to become the best possible version of YOU.
free Ultimate guide (for Covid-times)
Managing kids, home, work and school... without losing yourself.
This guide includes mom-hacks to help you better manage academics, chores and family communication. Amber also shares her favorite mental health hacks and emotional self-care tips so you can take care of yourself along the way.
it's totally possible.
I help overwhelmed moms feel more calm, connected and excited about their lives.
The Visualization Practice
This GOODIE Visualization will allow you to clarify what you want most, then draw it into your life quickly.
The Mom Reset: Parenting in 2020
Get the tools you need to feel confident managing work, kids, home and school during Covid times.
The Stretch Marks Podcast
Amber interviews fascinating men and women on all topics to serve, support and entertain overwhelmed moms.
Amber Trueblood, LMFT
I’m a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, entrepreneur, speaker, author, wife and mother to four sons. As a featured expert on CBS Morning News, KTLA News, E! Daily Pop, Oprah Magazine, Good Houskeeping, Parents, Simplemost, Yahoo Lifestyle and Fatherly, I’m intent on serving overwhelmed moms.
I help women learn how to shift their mindset, improve their communication skills and implement simple practices in their daily lives so they can become the absolute best version of themselves.
Stretch Marks is a part memoir, part self-help, part parenting book. It will make you laugh, choke up with tears and nod your head throughout.
Amber shares her stories of frustration, fear and feeling isolation – then offers up the tools and insights that allowed her to shift from exhausted and resentful to excited and confident again.
My husband Jaimie and I have four sons who keep us on our toes. They’re all louder than us, smarter than us and much more musically talented.
Luckily for me, they love reading. Unluckily for me, they love bugs and skateboarding. Watching them skate gives me anxiety and turns my hair grayer with every trick and jump.