I am excited to share this directory of Nurture Squared members. If you are an entrepreneur or private practitioner in Canada whose work is dedicated to nurturing relationships and building a better world through connection (at home and in your business), join us. See www.nurturesquared.com/membership for all the details. Email me at email@example.com to talk about adding your information to the directory.
Heather is the founder and facilitator of Nurture Squared. Her occupational therapy practice focuses on supporting families with attachment-based infant sleep, infant development, and environmental health. Her work is primarily virtual through video calls and online workshops. She is mom to three boys, all of who are sleeping through the night.
905-749-8254 www.heatherboyd.ca www.graceunderwater.ca
Meaghan is the founder of Joyful Mud Puddles. Her homeschooling and parenting coaching is focused on supporting parents, guiding them from feelings of overwhelm and frustration towards confidence and peace. She uses a combination of experiential activities, and gentle parenting techniques while working with families both online and in person. She also writes a blog from the heart about life, parenting and homeschooling with her three adventurous boys.
Corinne is a Building Biologist and knowledgeable consultant on building materials, environmental health, indoor air quality, and mold avoidance.
Lindsay, aka The Radical Connector, has been nerding-out to all things entrepreneurship and business strategy for 18 years! Her straight-forward and warm approach to teaching first-time entrepreneurs how to build their businesses brings much needed clarity, strategy, and a doable action plan.
Lindsay has turned her 18 years of experience into two online business programs, one-on-one coaching brilliance, and a community of like-minded entrepreneurs, Rad Connectors, that will get you growing both inside and out.
Combining her quirky sense of humour with solid strategic thinking, Lindsay will get your business butt going in the right direction faster than you can say, “What do I do?”