A little about Jennifer:
Jennifer brings a combination of insight, compassion, intelligence and humor to her practice.
With a degree in Family and Child Ecology, a minor in Human Sexuality from Michigan State University, and her many years in the medical field, as a medical assistant she is both empathetic and understanding. Jen also has two fantastic (and well-adjusted) teen-aged boys who will tell you she’s got this “divorce thing” down pat! Jennifer knows how to “do divorce right” and co-parenting is her specialty, even ask OprahMagazine. com. She has been quoted as an expert in the field.
The proof is in the pudding, so to speak. Her ability to effectively engage clients with her warmth and down-to-earth approach creates a supportive environment that provides strategies that are solution-focused. Jennifer’s main goal is to act as a “thinking partner”, not a therapist. Divorce is stressful; anxiety ridden at best! It’s a long tedious process, and the coach needs to go along for the ride! Not as the attorney, but as the guide. “It’s truly about making my clients feel safe, and creating a supportive, non-judgmental space. Isn’t a divorce stressful enough? Why make it more difficult? It’s my goal as a relationship coach is to make our sessions... easy, with a positive outlook.”
Hurvitz captures the emotions of women in a way that is raw, hilarious and inspirational. As a psychotherapist who has devoted my life to women’s empowerment, I recommend this book to all women going through a divorce. It’s a must read!!
- Joanna Kleinman, co-founder/author, dethroningyourinnercritic.com
Not sure I’ve ever seen a divorce like Jen and Mark’s. They work hard together (apart) in peace and joy. By leaving their egos at each other’s front doors and letting love show them the way. - Tammi Leader Fuller, Chief Empowerment Officer (CEO) Campowerment