Jennifer Butler, MSW is a Love and Relationship Coach who is dedicated to helping people fall deeply in love with themselves and awaken to their own internal power to create joy, love, and freedom in their lives. Jennifer teaches clients to identify and transform internal obstacles and expand their capacity to love and be loved so they can create the happy and healthy relationships they deeply desire.
Jennifer received her Master in Clinical Social Work from New York University in 2002. After working as a trauma social worker in the hospital system, she took time off to become a mom and write a book. Jennifer authored Excerpts from the Heart of a Mom, inviting readers into her personal life and parenting journey, and sharing fundamental insights to a conscious approach to parenting. She also began “Live Through the Heart,” a blog that inspires readers to live more consciously in their daily lives.
Jennifer became a certified yoga instructor through YogaWorks in 2010, a certified life coach through Bennet Stellar University in 2011, a certified personal trainer through NASM in 2016, a certified health coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2017, and a certified Calling In “The One”™ coach in 2019, being personally trained and mentored by the creator Katherine Woodward Thomas, New York Times best-selling author of Conscious Uncoupling: 5 Steps to Live Happily Even After.
Having received an extensive education in the areas of mind, body, and spirit, Jennifer brings a unique and holistic approach to her work, supporting her clients at every level throughout their transformation process.
In addition to coaching, Jennifer is a freelance writer who provides an honest and authentic account of her own life experiences with the intention of inspiring others. Her work can be found on JennJoyCoaching, Worthy, ESME, LiveThroughTheHeart, DivorceForce, Divorced Girl Smiling and Instagram.
With a love for connecting with others, Jennifer can also be found hosting the very popular Podcast branded by Worthy, “Divorce and Other Things You Can Handle,” dedicated to celebrating women as they embrace a new beginning after divorce, separation, or whatever life transition may come their way.