April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

  “Typically, when we think of anxiety, worry comes to mind. And that can certainly be a big part of it, yes. But when the worries turn larger and scarier than makes sense for your little one, anxiety has often already arrived.”   So many aspects of my education in the field of Marriage and […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

  “Take a deep breath and let’s start by building awareness around these five common misconceptions about kids and divorce. Because the tricky part of many misconceptions in life is the grain of truth in them.” Yesterday morning, he came tumbling into the kitchen shouting about something I couldn’t quite understand. He asked for my […]

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April Moseley

April Moseley

April is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a background in youth and campus ministry. She’s an avid reader, an occasional baker, and a lover of words and people. She enjoys continuously learning and sharing on emotional health, spiritual growth, and safe places to land. April lives in Nashville with her husband Josh and their son Jude.
April Moseley

9 Steps to make this summer the best yet! I think my mom and dad both wanted me to be with them in the summer. Actually, I guess I don’t just think that – I know for certain because I remember them fighting about it in the driveway.   Dad didn’t like being shorted on […]

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