Who is Grace Mauzy?

Grace Mauzy is the “go-to-gal” when it comes to improving people’s lives through raising their self-esteem. Her varied background uniquely qualifies her to help any parent become more successful, quicker and easier than before:

  • Ran a successful private practice specializing in creating higher self-esteem for clients for over ten years.
  • Has a Masters from Columbia University in education and counseling psychology .
  • In the past, was a nursery school teacher and home daycare provider.
  • Former counselor to private school 3-year-olds up to the 3rd Grade.
  • Received a Federal grant for conducting self-esteem workshops.
  • Raised five children, four of her own and one step child—all of which have excelled in their different interests.
  • Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors in Art from University of Massachusetts with a double major in psychology and anthropology and a minor in nutrition.
  • Studied the effects of self-esteem in children cross-culturally in person in Mexico, Guatemala, Egypt, Japan, and Western Europe… In the US, Southern black culture, Mid-west black and white cultures, East black and white cultures.

It’s from this extensive and varied knowledge and experience base that Grace Mauzy draws on to create breakthroughs in the lives of parents everywhere who are looking to make sure they do the best job possible in the lives of their children.

It seems I’m always accepting compliments like “I wish my kids were like that.”

Why this site and Grace Mauzy?
By participating in this site you will have access to the expertise of Grace Mauzy, MA (successful mother of 4 active children ages from 6 to 23). Your questions and needs will be addressed briefly in general terms in such a manner as to allow you to have insightful and perceptive alternatives to the life style you are in the process of living.


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  1. Hi Grace,

    You have a great parenting blog. I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about something you will surely find interesting, Wee Web, (http://www.wee-web.com), a great new way for parents to share their pictures, videos, and stories, privately. There are several great reasons why a parent would want to use this:

    * Parents can share with only with the family and friends they invite, meaning no one else ever can see this content unless they are given permission
    * There is a micro-blogging feature that notifies their network when they have updated your child’s page
    * One of the coolest features of Wee Web is that family and friends can control how frequently they are notified about updates
    * All this means that parents will save a lot of time updating their loved ones about their children

    It would be great if you could take a look at Wee Web and review it on your blog for your readers. I am sure you will find it useful as well!

    Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or comments.

  2. great parenting blog andgreat parent

    • Thank you very much!

  3. Hi Grace,
    We met on the chair Sunday 2/7 at WV. The site is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

    • Jenn,

      THANK YOU for coming and taking a peek. Hope there is something here to help you on your parenting journey.

      And of course I invite you to always ask any question you have and I’ll be glad to answer it to the best of my ability.

      And hoep we get some good snow up here in the mountains. Its painful to hear all about the snow elsewhere!

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