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Hey, I see you

You work hard but no matter how much pressure you put on yourself, you rarely live up to your own expectations.


You want things to change but it's hard to know where to start.

Your social feed tells you to just #stopprocrastinating, do some #self-care and #loveyourself, as if you can flip an internal switch and everything will be fine.

But we both know there’s not enough bubble bath in the world to make up for the fact that some days it feels like you’re drowning when everyone else is swimming. 

It’s not just you. 

Our culture has insane expectations for women. We know this – but that doesn’t stop us from spending time and energy trying to live up to them.

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Raise your hand if... 


  • Your life is pretty good “on paper” - but you wonder “Is this it?

  • Friends describe you as successful but all you can see are things you could have done better.

  • You feel anxious or exhausted because you’re not “living up to your potential”.

  • You suspect (or know) that you’re a bit “neuro-spicy” and you work extra hard to compensate.

  • You put a ton of pressure on yourself but, you rarely, if ever, live up to your own expectations.

  • You want things to change but you're frustrated and not sure where to start.

Our culture diminishes women and our accomplishments, making us feel like we’re not enough.

Every aspect of our existence  - how we do or don't look, work, date, parent, and live - is constantly questioned and challenged in the public eye.

It seems there's no right way to be a woman.


These are systemic issues that require cultural attention, but you can still step into your power and create an amazing life starting now. 

There’s a lot we can do with our internal mindset. 


You can learn to recognize what's happening in real time to give you more choice over how you respond.

You can break down the internal barriers and cultural programming that are holding you back and develop new habits that build resilience.  


With practice, you can form new neurological pathways in your brain and, over time, transform the way you think and feel, reduce anxiety and make it easier to manage your emotions. It takes work, but the results can feel downright magical.

Some of this work can certainly be done on your own. There's an entire industry devoted to personal development and self-help with tons of amazing resources. You know this already.

But, maybe you need a boost.

"When I signed up to work with Jen, I didn't know who I was anymore. But Jen made me realize that it was my inner critic that was killing me and that I needed to address it. She was interested in what I had to say and always had a way to address the problem. Thank you Jen - my life has turned around in a great way!"

- Erickia W.


About Me


Hey there, I'm Jen: I help high achieving women get where they want to go.

I work with clients to align their intentions, values and actions so that they can show up more authentically in their lives and work. My clients overcome self-doubt and internal barriers so they can get curious about themselves and their desires. This gives them the freedom to live, love and lead on their own terms.
In our sessions, I hold a sacred space for clients to uncover inner roadblocks. You'll learn to make peace with your inner critic, hone your focus on the impact you want to make and clear what's holding you back.  My process is a blend of wholehearted empathy, intuitive questioning, grounded motivation, and a sprinkle of magic that allows clients to access their own wisdom, build resiliency and step into authentic power.


My Alphabet Soup: I'm a professional certified coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). I have an MA in Human Development and I'm both a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator and a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator (which means that my work incorporates the research of Dr. Brené Brown).

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I love working with Jen. She is professional, positive, insightful, and honest. She directs the conversations in unexpected ways where you might find yourself surprised where you end up! I always find new insights about myself after working with her and am excited to proceed forth with a plan.

- Amanda H.  

Ready to get started?

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"Working with Jen raised my awareness of the stories that I rumble with and how I can get stuck in those stories.  I learned to be self compassionate, to be a loving witness to all of my feelings, to be curious and not get stuck in shame which is when I avoid, freeze, or lash out. 

- Lynne C.

How we'll work together:


  • 1:1 coaching sessions – we’ll meet 16 times over a total of 4-5 months to talk about YOU and focus on how to create some breathing space in your life so you can start feeling better and making the changes that you choose. Meetings are virtual (Zoom) or in-person in Austin, TX.

  • We'll delve into research-based tools, practices and exercises that will help you learn new strategies for overcoming anxiety, leveling up your goals and breaking out of unhelpful patterns. I'll hold you gently accountable for the commitments you make to yourself. 

  • You'll have access to exclusive materials and recordings.

  • Homework assignments that we agree on together will support your work. Plus, I'm always available between sessions via email for questions.

Investment: $2800 or 4 monthly payments of $710


Please note that pricing is in US currency. Extended payment arrangements may be available upon request.

Want to learn more?

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