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Hi! I'm Emilie Berkman

You may also know me by my maiden name, Delworth. I live in a small town in Northern Nevada with my husband, Dave, and our incredible daughter. When I'm not on family adventures in the great outdoors with my beautiful family, gardening, or working on some creative project, I'm helping moms like you heal old wounding so they can become the peaceful, cycle breaking mothers they aspire to be.

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My Story

I always knew I wanted to work with, and advocate for children. I began babysitting from a young age and quickly became known as “The Baby Whisperer”. I began my education in Child Development and Early Childhood Education while in High school, and worked as a nanny on the weekends. I began working in a preschool, caring for infants and toddlers, right out of high school and quickly realized that the high ratios weren’t for me. As I furthered my education, I began working as a full time nanny, caring for children ranging in age from newborn to about 7 years old, and went on to help raise 7 wonderful children over the next 14 years, plus helped care for many other young children part time within that time. Eventually, after suffering for years from a debilitating gut disorder and a long list of food sensitivities, I became a Certified Holistic Nutritionist. For the 2 years leading up to motherhood, I ran a Nutrition Coaching practice where I specialized in working with severe gut disorders.

It was through my work in Nutrition Coaching that I not only realized we have an epidemic of gut disorders in this country, but that these disorders are often, if not usually connected to unresolved trauma and high stress.

I had always been very interested in psychology, coming from such a dysfunctional home and experiencing so much trauma as a child. I took psychology classes in high school and college, and even dreamed of a career as a Child Psychologist at one point. Learning about the gut-brain connection in my Nutrition studies, and then seeing first hand in my clients how the chronic illness they were suffering through was primarily rooted in trauma and stress, reignited my interest in psychology. It wasn’t until I became a mother and had so much of my own trauma resurface, leading to issues with rage, that I decided to go back to school, yet again, and study trauma recovery. 

I am humbled to have the privilege of guiding other moms through their own journeys of healing so that they may recover their truest, most authentic versions of themselves, grow deeper in their relationships with their children, and break cycles of dysfunction for their children.

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About Me

My Passion

I am passionate about creating a safer world where children can flourish. This involves supporting mothers in healing the wounds and overcoming the obstacles that prevent them from being a secure and nurturing presence for their children.

My Hobbies

I love hiking, biking and being active. I love gardening, baking, and creative projects - I love planning my daughter's themed parties and learning to create new things with my cricut. I love home design and decorating, DIY, and I'm excited to take on raising chickens in the near future, too. 

What Drives Me

In December 2022, I experienced the tragic loss of my dad. His passing, coupled with the inhumanity he endured, propelled me towards a deeper connection with God. I made a solemn pledge to honor my dad's spirit by dedicating myself to embodying God's light in this world.

As I embraced this path, I felt called to share my journey of trauma, post-partum rage, and healing with others. As my audience grew and mothers from around the globe reached out, revealing similar struggles, I felt compelled to write my book and launch this business.

Every day, I am humbled and honored to undertake this meaningful work.

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