Misconceptions of Being a Stay at Home Mom
June 16, 2021
Hosted by Fawzya Khosti, C.HT., M.A.Ed./CI, Ed.D. (abd)
Mackenzie Douglass is a first-time mom and recently ended her career in the corporate world to be a stay at home mom. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband, Ryan, and son, Maddex. Mackenzie will be discussing what it's like to leave at the height of her career to be home full-time with her son, and the misconceptions of being a stay-at-home mom.
Focus on Success
Wednesday at 9 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Focus on Success is designed to improve your quality of life by offering solutions to everyday problems with the intention of promoting success. We’ll do this one challenge at a time. If you are anyone who has executive function challenges, you may need to improve your time management, organization, planning, prioritization, attention, focus, memory or problem-solving skills. We discuss topics such as, what executive function is, and the most common ways executive function challenges will manifest in everyday life, in children and adults. We speak to professionals such as counselors, educators and psychologists who offer their perspective and professional expertise, as well as their recommendations to improve your life. Focus on Success is broadcast live every Wednesday at 9 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.
Fawzya Khosti, C.HT., M.A.Ed./CI, Ed.D. (abd)
Fawzya Khosti, C.HT., M.A.Ed./CI, Ed.D. (abd), is an Executive Function Coach and Certified Hypnotherapist. Fawzya has extensive experience working in the field of education. She has worked with numerous students at Yavapai College while teaching Psychology 101, and while working as faculty at Western Governors University.
As an Executive Function Coach she loves helping others reach their highest potential, and she does this by evaluating and addressing issues holistically. When appropriate, she uses hypnotherapy as a tool to help her clients reach their goals. Fawzya has helped numerous students with challenges such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, autism, AD/HD, and anxiety improve their executive function skills and become more successful.
In her spare time Fawzya enjoys photography, pottery and painting. A creative outlet is important to a balanced life because it teaches us to plan ahead, learn from our "mistakes", improves our focus, and helps us problem solve more effectively.