Moshitadi Lehlomela is a former civil engineering technician turned mother wound coach, writer, and entrepreneur. As a coach, Lehlomela holds space for victims and survivors of maternal abuse, neglect and abandonment. She is also the author of Radical Acceptance for Childhood Adversities and the creator of The Self-Mothering Care Practice, an online course dedicated to helping mother wound victims learn to re-parent themselves. Lehlomela is also the founder of Temple Beautiful Wellness, a company that incorporates elements of psychology, neuroscience, and spirituality to create healing tools for mother wound survivors. In 2020, after being employed at a motor repairs workshop, she co-founded an artisan development academy, a skills development company that equips young people in Sekhukhune, South Africa with motor repair and entrepreneurial skills. Beside her coaching and business, Lehlomela is photographer, a keynote speaker and board member at The Big Sister Company, a non-profit organisation that equips young girls from conservative homes and underdeveloped rural areas with life skills so they can become empowered women. She lives in Jane Furse, Limpopo.
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