“Go-To-Mom” Kimberley Blaine shares 3 parenting mistakes to avoid & how to strengthen your relationship with your children
About Kimberley Blaine
Kimberley Clayton Blaine, MA, MFT, is the executive producer of the Go-To MomTM series and the producer of the all NEW branded entertainment show www.MommytoMommy.TV (sponsored by Sony Electronics). Kimberley is a founding partner of MomPulse, one of the fastest growing YouTube networks for moms. She is the author of The Internet Mommy & The Go-To Mom's Parents' Guide to Emotion Coaching Young Children.
In September 2011, Kimberley was named one of the most powerful moms in social media by Working Mother Magazine. Her spokesperson work includes: Lego Duplo, Disney Consumer Products, Schick Intuition, and Sony Electronics digital imaging.
Kimberley is also a national parenting expert and a licensed Family and Child Therapist specializing in working with children newborn to seven years old. Kimberley is currently the Social Marketing Director for a Los Angeles based Early Childhood Mental Health Campaign (Project ABC) funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services (SAMHSA).
She has launched a national campaign to help American parents be all that they can be in order to give their children a healthy and fair start. Her original webshow, TheGoToMom.TV has captured one of the largest growing niche audiences — parents who have children birth to seven, through professionally produced yet authentic and real educational videos.
Kimberley Blaine’s parenting shows were one of the first grass-roots parenting series launched in 2006 – The “How to” short-format segments (syndicated to an audience of over 2 million) are for families with young children birth to seven. The “Go-To Mom” is an author and national parenting expert and addresses parenting issues, discipline strategies, emotion coaching and much more!
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