I went to law school to help people and make the world a better place. I realized quickly that to be the most resourceful and supportive advocate I could be, I should also be a social worker. After a decade in the legal industry as an immigration attorney and in roles managing professional development and pro bono initiatives, including coaching new & expecting parents, I pivoted to focus full-time on mental health at a time when I, a working mother in a pandemic, needed that kind of support and community myself.
On this podcast episode, I tell my story and offer support for others with similar experiences.
Lauren A. Tetenbaum, LMSW, JD, PMH-C works with parents, aspiring parents, millennials, emerging adults, and teens. She is passionate about supporting young professionals and working parents.