About Patti Ashley

Dr. Patti Ashley has over thirty-three years of experience working with families and children. Her extensive experience includes teaching special education with youth diagnosed with autism, emotional disorders and learning disabilities; developing parent education and support programs for pediatricians and hospital wellness programs; teaching college classes in child development, infancy and care-giving; directing mentoring programs; and counseling individuals, couples and families in mental health agencies, private practices and psychiatric hospitals. Currently, Patti owns Breakthrough Psychotherapy & Parent Coaching in Niwot, Colorado where she specializes in parenting, relationships and individual growth. She's also the author of the book Living in the Shadow of the Too-Good Mother Archetype; and a current journalist for The Shriver Report, the Museum of Motherhood (MOM,) Good Enough Mother, and Happy Parenting. www.pattiashley.com
Mother Archetype

Explore the Too-Good Mother Archetype Exploring our inner self takes courage and tenacity to stay the course. Looking inward is an important tool for creating sustainable change in our life and in our families. Sometimes asking questions can start a whole new wave of truth that we wouldn’t have noticed had we not taken the…

girl-coat

Restoring the Feminine Twenty years ago I left my marriage of fourteen years. I was thirty-five years old and having a mid-life soul searching experience. Ending a marriage and the image of the ideal family wasn’t easy for me. Yet I knew it was the right thing to do, or should I say it was…

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