... I don't think I ever wrote you a note to tell you how helpful our sessions last year were for me. Without overreaching too much, I'll say that I felt like a whole new person after talking with you. And that feeling has lasted. I feel much more capable and aware as I make choices. More than anything, I feel more centered and at home in myself and that has made nearly all of my relationships better. I'm incredibly grateful for those sessions. Thanks again.  --- G.K., California

Jennifer, I hope you know how thankful I am for how you helped us!! Like the song "Just Give Me a Reason" by Pink, I thought we were broken but we were just bent. :)  There are no words for how happy and excited I am for my "new" marriage. Thank you for that!!!  I have no doubt your practice will continue to grow and thrive. 

Our marriage was on the brink of dissolving.  We did not know if or how we could turn it around when we started meeting with Jennifer.  To be honest, she saved our marriage!  It was not easy.  She helped us face our shortcomings, and the growth and change that resulted is incredible.  After almost 20 years, our marriage is the strongest, happiest and most fulfilling it has ever been!  We would (and have) recommend Jennifer to anyone! --- N.B., West Coast


I honestly can't say enough good about my therapeutic experience with Jennifer. My life would not be as positive and full if I hadn't taken the time to invest in my mental and emotional health with her. All of my personal relationships have benefited. She has helped me put my past into perspective, address anxiety and stress in my life, and develop more self-confidence.  Jennifer's understanding of my Mormon faith also allowed me to dive into therapy without having to explain a huge part of my identity.  I'm very grateful for our work together. --- G.L., Chicago


Jennifer’s input has been life-changing for me. Although she has shown great warmth and empathy, her willingness to say hard things is probably what I value most—she doesn’t let me get away with my self-indulgent or self-justifying impulses. Jennifer holds up a mirror, and although I haven’t always liked what I’ve seen, I am deeply grateful for how she has caused me to see myself more clearly. Her wisdom has helped me become a better person and has greatly improved my relationship with my wife.  ---- J.P., East Coast


Just wanted to write and genuinely thank you for your help and guidance in making our marriage better!  We've made a lot of improvement individually and as a couple over the last few months.  We are happier and have a lot of tools to help in our progression now. I think we'll always be working to improve our marriage and it's kind of exciting. ... Thanks again so much for helping reset our marriage! We are SO happy! And forever grateful!  --- R.A.,  Midwest