Jennifer Sanford is a marriage
and family therapist and a respected business coach. She specializes in finding one's happiness and peace
whether it be within the life of the individual, within a relationship or within a family. Her expereince and training
allows her the insight necessary to work with individuals, couples and families.
well rounded insight and experience includes working for fifteen years in the Financial Industry, founding two successful
businesses and obtaining her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her experience of the business world gives
her added insight in to the dynamics that take place at work which often tag along through the front door of the home, knowingly
or unknowingly (or vice versa).
Jennifer’s nature is one of compassion. She is skillful and empathic
when working with clients. Jennifer believes that individuals and families already have the answers, but not always the permission
or roadmaps, to change or to discover new ways of being. Her deep passion stems from her belief that within all people rests
the innate ability to heal.
Her therapeutic views have been influenced by teachings of Western
therapists and have been inspired by the contemplative, mindfulness-based approaches of the East. The mindfulness-based approach
emphasizes one’s awareness of the present moment through meditation and attention-focusing exercises. The art
of mindfulness is a critical ingredient which allows us to be more present in our day-to-day connections with ourselves, those
we love and care for and those we cherish.
She works with her clients to help them feel more empowered to create and nurture the lives and relationships they
want for themselves and were meant to lead. Jennifer is constantly amazed and humbled by the courage, adaptability and uniqueness
of each person’s story. She considers it a privilege to be a therapist and respects the tenacity of the human spirit
to guide the individual towards wholeness.
which inspire individuals to come in for therapy are:
to find one's happiness
for Meaning and Deeper Joy
Desire to Improve Couple's Communication
Mediation and/or Guided Imagery
Discovering & Empowering the New Entrepreneur
Be not afraid of growing slowly,
be afraid only of standing still.~Chinese Proverb