Preventing Working Mom Burnout

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Interview with Dr. Jacqueline Kerr
Episode #127 of the Supermom is Getting Tired Podcast

Preventing Working Mom Burnout

Dr Jacqueline Kerr is a mom, behavior scientist and burnout survivor. She is in the top 1% of most cited scientists worldwide. Dr Kerr left her position as a public health professor in 2018 and now hosts the podcast ‘Overcoming Working Mom Burnout’ where she interviews researchers, diversity experts, and leadership coaches. She is on a mission to dismantle the causes of working mom burnout and find solutions that we can all use to change the social norms around burnout.

 

Learn more at www.DrJacquelineKerr.com

Connect with Jacqueline on Linked In

Subscribe to the Overcoming Working Mom Burnout on your favorite podcast app!

 

Additional links that are referenced in the podcast:

Life Coach LeAnnKovar.com

Selina Barker

https://www.drjacquelinekerr.com/blog/burnt-out

https://www.drjacquelinekerr.com/podcast-guests-season-2/ep34

Christy McGuire

https://www.fortiesstories.com/episodes/2020/2/11/lessons-for-midlife-jacqueline-kerr-48

Philippa Perry

https://www.amazon.com/Book-Wish-Your-Parents-Children-ebook/dp/B07GRBB9WQ

 

 

Watch her brilliant TEDx video here

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