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Love. Serve. Empower.

Relationship: Adult Children

Jody Long

I Specialize in coaching women who have busy brains, ADD, ADHD, or who simply feel like they don’t fit the typical LDS mold. I help women unlearn harmful conditioning and rebuild upon a firm foundation of tools, truth, and application. I teach simple, easy to apply methods that take you from where you are now to where you want to be.

Heidi Benjaminsen

I help mothers of teenagers build confidence and stay calm while their children ride their emotional rollercoaster.

Amy Elkins

I coach women who feel like there is more to themselves and to life, but they just can’t figure out what. I help work through confusion, disappointment, and self doubt to access your potential and see the opportunities you didn’t realize are right in front of you.

Kayla Giles

I coach LDS converts who are struggling with obstacles in their faith or life.

Bonny Scott

If self-doubt and regret from your divorce and/or step mothering has left you believing that you’ll never be good enough, I’m the coach for you.

Lorrine Headrick

I mentor female athletes to overcome anxiety, so they can be more confident on and off the court.

Bonnie Lyman

I help women who are struggling in their relationships with their adult children.

Leah Davidson

I help people manage the everyday stress, anxiety and overwhelm that they face as they navigate the many challenges and transitions life offers. Like a shadow, adversity is always there – sometimes big, sometimes small. When our reality does not meet our expectations, we suffer. But, we don’t have to! I help people build confidence & resilience and create an abundant and joyful life, regardless of their struggles and circumstances.

Tina Gosney

Being the parent of an adult child is hard! Especially when the choices they are making are breaking your heart. I help you find peace and clarity as the parent of adult children, no matter what is happening.

Jennifer Barnhart

My goal as a life coach is to provide support for LDS women that want to remain faithful to the gospel of Jesus Christ, even if their children or husband lose faith and choose different paths. If this is you, I would truly like to help you in this journey.

I work with LDS women who are experiencing the shock, fear, and confusion that comes with discovering that a loved one has lost their faith or is leaving the church. Sometimes loved ones’ doubts even trigger your own doubts, and you feel anxious, lonely, and confused. I can’t make your family regain their faith or return to church activity, but I can help you navigate your own way to finding peace within yourself and greater love and patience for your family.