In this episode, we are chatting with Dr. Toni Warner-McIntyre, who is a fellow parenting professional, mental health therapist, life & wellness coach, with over a decade of experience. She earned dual Master’s degrees in Clinical Social Work and Education and her Doctorate in Human Sexuality. Dr. Toni’s approach encompasses both practical and powerful methodologies. She’s trauma & neuroscience informed, with specialized training in and experience with various effective modalities, which collectively support a holistic approach to life enhancement. She is founder of Dr. Toni Coaches. Its mission is to inspire and enact meaningful change in the world by helping impact makers create work, life & relationship balance, enhancing their lives and the lives of others. Dr. Toni is also the founder of Authentically Me Psychotherapy, a private practice in PA.

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Resources & Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Dr. Toni’s Website

The Wellness Universe Blog

Dr. Toni Coaches Resource Library

The Argenal Institute Website

The Whole SELF Lifestyle for Working Parents by Sarah Argenal

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About The Argenal Institute LLC:

The Working Parent Resource Podcast is a place where we explore how to defeat burnout as working parents so we can finally enjoy these precious years of our lives. My name is Sarah Argenal, and I’m the host of this show, as well as the founder of The Argenal Institute LLC, and creator of the Whole SELF Lifestyle™, which provides a sustainable and long-term approach to fulfillment for working parents. The show notes for this episode, as well as other resources, free training materials, and information about the Whole SELF Lifestyle™ can all be found on our website at


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