For Single Parent Families
Tiyunna is a Louisiana native currently residing in Dallas with her handsome little guy. As a single parent, she understands the importance of creating and maintaining a life/work balance. She is actively involved in the Dallas County community, advocating for single parents and promoting self-sufficiency. She has overcome adversity through healing and faith. She also empowers women to never give up on dreams. Tiyunna enjoys sharing her personal story and evolving strides to purpose in the most effortless and inspiring way.
Stacie is the founder of Single Parent Advocate and lived as a single mother for over 10 years. She is committed to single parents families and their children and turning her tough breaks into triumphs for families like hers.
Susan was the child of a single parent and is very passionate about helping families like hers have a good life. She is a marketing professional and spends tons of time with her precious family.
Stacey is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (CA LMFT #100694 & TX LMFT #202570). She received her BA in Psychology and Family Relations from California State University, Chico and MA in Marriage and Family Therapy at Alliant International University, San Diego.
Stacey has worked in outpatient mental health clinics and private practice throughout San Diego, Dallas, and now Los Angeles. Majority of her therapeutic experience has been working with adolescents and families suffering from grief and loss, traumas (domestic violence, sexual assault, bullying), intense family conflict, and symptoms related to mood disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Stacey believes that when one person in the family unit is hurting or suffers an extreme change, it impacts the entire system and can create dysfunction, conflict and an overall feeling of unhappiness. Stacey’s goal to be a part of the journey that helps ease family and individual pain to create a healthy, functioning system full of joy and contentment.
Stacey Ojeda, MA, LMFT
The idea for this book was born from a desire to help people who are navigating a transition to college – either for themselves or their children. College students need practical, real-world advice on how to find the potential threats and weigh the risk factors at each of the colleges they are considering before they make a final decision.
Ms. Kelley discovered a need for this type of book when helping her two sons choose their colleges. Her vast experience as a technical writer and her passion for helping people led her to share what she learned in this timely, easy to read guide for both parents and students alike An avid reader herself, Ms. Kelley enjoys a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction topics and is a resident of Texas.
Martha Germann, is the author of Thriving beyond Survival: How to Know What You Really Want and Have Fun Getting It, and CEO of Mindful Games Institute. She is passionate about making a difference in the quality of people's lives. She has spent over 15 years developing and enabling individuals to successfully reach their goals. Learn more at www.mindfulgamesinstitute.com or www.thrivingbeyondsurvival.com