Hi, I’m Jennifer.

I help women, especially widowed Moms, take practical steps toward living a more fulfilled and balanced life. I’m particularly passionate about supporting widowed Moms through their grief and solo parenting so they can experience more relief in their life. I’m a Life Coach as well as a widowed Mom myself.

Coaching Options

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Coaching for Widowed Moms

Are you recently widowed and struggling your way through the grieving process for yourself as well as for your kids? The death of a partner and parent to your children can be one of the most difficult things any of us will go through in life. I have personally been through it myself and would love to help you manage your way through it too. There is hope and happiness on the other side.

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Life Coaching

Are you trying to navigate through some major life changes right now? Having troubles communicating with your partner? Most people spend a lot of time these days working on their outer selves and the way they look. My goal is to help you with the inside work that will lead to the big changes and will make all the difference in the way you feel.

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What Others Are Saying

"Jennifer is a grounded, compassionate and creative person. She brings these qualities, as well as energy and passion into her coaching practice. Her lived experience of loss makes her an excellent support for others going through a similar experience. I recommend Jennifer as a coach for widowed Moms."

Melanie McDonald

"I chose to book a session with Jennifer because she seems understanding to other people’s life issues and seems like she would be able to give good positive insight on certain situations. Jennifer helped me by giving me a clearer sense about my situation. She helped me see things in ways I did not allow myself to see or understand. The result was great because now I have more of a clearer understanding on some things I can do to change my current situation. One thing I like was her Positive Attitude! I found the experience very positive, and helpful. I would recommend working with Jennifer to people who need more guidance and clarity on situations taking place in their life."

Dale Stout

"I choose to work with Jennifer because I feel she is able to help me see things in ways that I can’t. I appreciate her honest opinions and direct content she brings to the sessions. The results I have had have been positive in the aspect that she is able to help me stay focused in setting my weekly goals, etc…I find the sessions to be a good way for me to evaluate how my prior week has been, and feel more confident at the end of each session with new goals for my week to keep up on. I would recommend Jennifer as a life coach to those that might struggle with having structure in their life. She is very great at helping you feel more organized and goal orientated."


"Well organized and worthwhile discussion. Generated excitement and sense of peace knowing that this work will help me get to a place of fulfillment."

Alenna Langhorst

Yoga Therapist and Pilates Instructor

"Jennifer is an amazing coach. I have benefited from her perfect combination of empathy, practical advice and experience. It is so easy to open up during her sessions and you receive so much in return. A safe space to discuss the challenges of widowed moms and her expert guidance to explore our new context and goals. No judgment, no pressure. Jennifer has years of experience coaching and has gone through a similar situation. I strongly recommend her!"

Maria Sanchez Puerta

"I chose to book a session with Jennifer because I felt that by offering a taster session she was committed enough to offer me the very best of herself without taking any payment. I have never felt that therapy is appropriate for me but feel my session with Jenny was based around positivity and moving forward rather than bringing all my old pain into my world again."

Sarah E.

Latest Blog Posts

Misconceptions About Children and Grief

They don't understand what has happened; they're too young. Even the very young know when those around them are upset. Most understand more than adults realize. Going to the funeral would just upset them. Not being included in family rituals could be more upsetting....

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Grief…Feeling Your Way Through

Grief is a journey. You have been given a ticket for the jouney - - a ticket which you didn't ask for, didn't deserve, didn't want. But the ticket has your name on it, and you must take the journey regardless. You may fear what's ahead. You already know the loneliness...

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How To Help Others Listen To Your Grief

"Please Listen!" When I ask you to listen to me and you start by giving advice, you have not done what I asked. When I ask you to listen to me and you begin by telling me why I shouldn't feel that way, you are trampling on my feelings. When I ask you to listen to me...

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