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Tiny Giant Losses-Interview w/ Dr. Jessica Zucker, Healing After Babyloss & More

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In this week's episode of Tiny Giant Losses, we share a healing yoga exercise, continue to discuss The Six Steps of Healing, review a babyloss healing resource that features an internationally known popstar, interview maternal mental health psychologist Dr. Jessica Zucker, and more.

Dr. Jessica Zucker is a clinical psychologist based in Los Angeles, California. She specializes in women's reproductive and maternal mental health. In 2014, Jessica launched the #IHadAMiscarriage campaign with her first New York Times piece, last year she created a line of pregnancy loss cards that aim to fill a void in the cultural conversation surrounding loss and this year she launched a line of ‘rainbow baby’ and ‘rainbow mama’ t-shirts. You can find her online at drjessicazucker.com and she writes daily on Instagram @ihadamiscarriage.

Since this month is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, we’re sharing lots of bonus rewards via Patreon, including an hour-long Q&A with trauma therapist Persephone Maywald (last week's interviewee), an hour-long Q&A with our interviewee from two weeks ago (Nathalie Himmelrich, the author of "Grieving Parents: Surviving Loss as a Couple"), a babyloss Ask-Me-Anything with Lindsey from Tiny Giant Losses, a video tutorial on one of Lindsey's favorite post-loss self-care routines, and a digital babyloss healing talking circle. If these resources sound healing to you, please consider becoming a Patron to support our work, and to access these (and many more) post-loss healing resources. For more information, visit Tiny Giant Losses on Patreon before Halloween!

Note: This is not a call-in episode.

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