You don’t know what to do or where to turn.
Your view of emotional health has been distorted by a psychological abuser.
You’re hurt, angry, bitter, and confused.
You have no idea how to move forward from this place of pain and destruction.
And although you’ve read the Bible, you don’t know how to apply it to your divorce situation.
What if you had access to someone who had learned about divorce healing and has walked with many women through the pain?
What if you had a sounding board and listening ear to your unique issues… to help you learn and grow through them?
Well . . . you do!
"I highly recommend anything Jen Grice shares. God has used Jen's words to encourage me on my healing journey more times than I can count. I really appreciate her wisdom and courage. Jen reminds me to trust God with my pain, to protect my heart with healthy boundaries, and to never give up on myself." – Amy
"Jen Grice’s program and ministry is unique to what is available for support of the stages in the beginning or the middle and the after stages of divorce. Her style is non judgmental and she meets you where you are in a non pressure supporting way to help you navigate the issues you are facing and help you know you are not alone! With her blog, videos and coaching that is available you can find yourself in her story and information available. Also extremely helpful is all of the research she has done if you were married to a Narcissist which is a subject that is not understood by all especially with children involved even if they are grown now. Jen gives you the tools to help you become stronger and believe in yourself again. I especially love that she goes to God for guidance on how to help women and that is what especially made me feel safe at such a vulnerable time in my life. Her books and materials and coaching have been a huge blessing to me in my journey back to wellness in my situation after divorce." – L.F.
The Value of Christian Divorce Coaching:
- UNDERSTAND that how you are feeling is NORMAL!
- Learn that you have worth, value, and rights as a human being.
- Be encouraged to set goals and move forward intentionally each day.
- Be prepared for divorce and court hearings with confidence – REGAIN YOUR VOICE!!
- Set personal limits on your own time and peace through boundaries.
- Be empowered to make your own decisions – what’s best for you and your household.
- Gain strength as we walk this journey together to get you from where you are now… to where you’d like to be.
Where would you like to be??
A thriving life is waiting for you!!
I have been in the trenches with many women who have struggled to leave an abusive marriage, struggled in their divorce healing, and with relationships (including “co-parenting”) during separation and after divorce.
I’m here to share my wisdom to facilitate restoration in the lives of hurting women.
If that is you, I'm like a doula for divorce recovery. I am a “woman who serves”… divorcing women. I help you to grow and learn to be healthy after divorce. I want to empower you in your journey to reclaim your life… and gain a stronger faith.
Set up a “getting you to know you session” to see if I’m the right divorce mentor and empowerment coach for you.
I’m thankful to Jen for her understanding and experience. She made me feel stronger knowing I wasn’t alone in what I had gone through. She helped me at a very low point in my life. Realizing you’re in a destructive Christian marriage is devastating, and knowing someone who has lived it is vital to healing.
I didn’t know what I needed. I didn’t know where to look or where to turn. Jen was there for me. She listens, prays and encourages me without judgement, only love. She speaks truth from experience and her heart. I know I’m not alone. I know she is a safe place for me to share my hurts. And I know that I can make it, because she has. She has been my rock and a light in the darkest time of my life. I’m blessed having her in my corner.
Thank you for your summary notes, they are spot on, and very helpful, as I navigate myself through this healing process. My one session [with Jen] helped me to realize that I was not the only one experiencing this.
I believe every Christian woman can make the right decisions towards healing, restoration, and peace, with just a little guidance. I’d love to walk with you, while seeing what God has planned to guide you through. You are not alone!
What does it mean to be empowered?
I don’t give women a loaf of bread. I teach them to bake it themselves. I don’t want to just give you the resources to face one problem, I want you to know that you can make it through this entire chapter of your life, dealing with the narcissist.
I am not a replacement for licensed therapy or your local domestic violence shelter, for safety. I’m just someone who has been right where you are. I’ve studied the subjects of psychological abuse, recovery, boundaries, and healing, intensely. I've been in the courtroom many, many times and I've fought this same battle. I still continue to educate myself on these topics, as I coach clients. I believe growing and learning never ends. I share all of this wisdom with you.
What can I expect during my coaching consult?
For many ladies, coaching is a new experience. It can be like going to a counselor, talking with a friend, or so much more! We tailor each session to your preferences.
These are the types of coaching I offer:
• Listening Ear: When you’re not looking for answers, just someone to listen to your story – feel free to emotionally dump everything out! I'll let you know that you're not alone!
• Empathetic Response: When you’re looking for someone who’s been there, experienced what you are going through, and how they survived – I share my story as it relates to what you're sharing.
• Practical Tools/Goals: When you’re ready to know what you need to do and how exactly to do it so you can heal and start that thriving you've been wanting after divorce. We set goals based on what you need. You MEET those goals! You feel empowered and accomplished!
Keep these in mind as you're preparing for your coaching session. You might want to make a list of important struggles you want to address and any questions that you have. This will help you define exactly what you want to work on or what you need to know to proceed with the legal divorce process and/or in your healing journey.
Also, it can be so easy for ladies to feel like they need to share all the details or like they have to defend their experiences. But after years of listening to survivor stories, I completely understand what you've experienced or are still experiencing! I 100% believe you and everything that you're dealing with!! I'm on your team!
Frequently Asked Questions
How soon can I get an appointment once I purchase the consult?
Most new clients are able to get an appointment time within 4-7 days of purchasing their consult. Jen has an online scheduling tool where you get first pick of the available openings – this saves us from any back and forth trying to find a day/time that works for both. If the dates/times do not work for you just email Jen your availability and she'll let you know how she can work you into her schedule.
How do I know if coaching is a good fit for me and my situation?
That’s what this consult is for. We’ll discuss what you think you need from a personal coach or mentor and then you get to decide if my services will help you or not. I can also just answer your most pressing questions. You only pay for my time (which is a saving from my normal $90/hour fee) and there is no commitment to continue coaching. You are free to purchase only what you need when you need it.
If you feel that Jen is not the right divorce or empowerment coach for you, no hard feelings. She appreciates honesty and growth in women when she hears them say, this is not working out for me.
Is Jen a licensed counselor, therapist, lawyer?
No, none of those things. Jen is someone who has been in the divorce and custody trenches herself, so she knows how it feels and how to navigate through it all. Jen has been to court for custody, child support, and other related issues so she has that experience, to tell you what works best and what usually doesn't. Not only has Jen walked with hundreds of clients through their divorce but she has a bachelor's degree that includes many courses in Psychology; continues to study this subject to stay on top of the latest information, especially about narcissism and divorcing a narcissist.
Jen has thought about going back to complete her Master's in Counseling, that was always the plan (even before her divorce) but she doesn't want to add any more student loan debt to her other loans at this point.
What will be expected of me (the client) when I enter into coaching?
You need to be honest and transparent about yourself and your situation. You want to work on your own personal recovery (for abuse and/or divorce) – to become a healthier version of you – and not your husband, ex-husband, or anyone else. You have a vision for your life or goals you want to achieve and you just need help or encouragement to get there. You’re ready to be brave and hear suggestions on where you could use some improvement.
Why don't you coach men?
I've been doing divorce coaching for over 6 years. I've experienced several great men who I've talked to online and encouraged them in their healing. One, I would never want romantic feelings to cloud any coaching relationship. But more importantly, two, I've met many more men who are ONLY looking for a romantic relationship or to control me in some way. Because I'm not always sure who I can trust, and I find it easier to keep my boundaries high with men, and I currently only coach women. Thanks for your understanding!
Why don’t you offer free consults?
I did offer free consults when I first started coaching a couple of years ago. I would have a full schedule of free consults and only a few would actually show up for their scheduled appointment. This taught me that those who invest financially in that first coaching call are way more invested in their growth and healing; we get a ton done in that short consult time – some women find that’s all they needed to be propelled towards their goals and/or divorce preparation. Most times we don't use free things because they don't cost us anything. When we may for something most times we show up, do the work, and then get benefit from that thing we paid for. Coaching is an investment in yourself, so it will cost you something to make sure you continue to keep that investment important in your life.