Meet Fariha & Cat

The team behind The Doctor Mommy

Parenting is the hardest thing we’ll ever do.

As moms, we find ourselves juggling so much: Staying connected with our partner, keeping up at work, managing in-laws, scrubbing a toilet every once in a while, making treats for the school party, trying to maintain friendships, and on and on and on.

If we aren’t careful, parenting nearly becomes an afterthought.

At least that’s what happened to us.

Cat has over 12 years of experience helping parents and children navigate tricky situations like anxiety, struggles with homework, learning challenges. She helps parents find strategies to help children today and for long-term success.

Fariha has helped parents navigate cultural roadblocks in their parenting. Through an extensive of understanding the impact culture can have on the way we parent, she helps parents identity healthy forms of discipline, and break cycles of generational trauma.

Together, we want to help you bring power AND connection into your relationship. We’ll teach you how to effectively parent without yelling and nagging your kids to get them to listen.

“[Fariha] is like an amazing older sister who knows your struggle and is guiding you along your parenting journey! I’m grateful for my transformative change from her lessons. It’s been invaluable to my daily life with my children.”

“[Fariha] is like an amazing older sister who knows your struggle and is guiding you along your parenting journey! I’m grateful for my transformative change from her lessons. It’s been invaluable to my daily life with my children.”

When you parent on purpose:

You can parent your way, instead of how your parents raised you.

Your kids can be their authentic selves, rather than simply complying with rules.
You’ll know you’re doing your best, so you can let go of mom guilt.

Your children will want to cooperate with you because they know you deeply value them.

You can build meaningful relationships with your kids that last into their teenage years and beyond.

Swap power struggles and punishment for cooperation and connection.

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