Inspire Cafe Podcast with Kathy De La Torre and Tracey Maxfield

Inspire Café Podcast

Thank you, Tracey!

Just wanted to say again how much I appreciate what your doing about spreading awareness about mental health in our schools. Using your experience to help others is truly an inspiration.  We need more Tracey’s in our world!

I want to thank you again for an incredible interview. I truly enjoyed our conversation and reading your book.  I’m so inspired by your story of having met those students and learning how they need a great role model like you to show that there is a light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to depression.  So inspiring!

Thank you so much,

Kathy

Kathy De La Torre
The Inspire Cafe Podcast
www.theinspirecafe.com

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