Years in Practice

10 years +


Calhoun GA 30701 - United States



Additional Expertise

Consultant, Dating Coach, Personal Development Coach, Psychic/Medium, Relationship Coach, Spiritual Coach

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire



I Believe

Faith is seeing the light with your heart when all your eyes see is darkness.

About Jennifer Fields

I am an intuitive life coach with a Christ centered philosophy, and I consider my psychic abilities to be gifts from God through the Holy Spirit.  I am a graduate of Saint Leo University in Florida as well as Liberty University in Virginia.  I hold degrees in both Psychology and Executive Leadership. After my certification through Butterfly Effects as a behavior therapist, I found myself drawn to helping the parents cope with family dynamics of living with someone who has a disability.  My love of coaching was born. I have a history of advocating for those on the autism spectrum and continue to help find resources and support for parents and children across the country.  I have recently started coaching adults on the autism spectrum as well and have found it to be a rewarding use of my gifts.  I have worked in both the life coaching field and intuitive business for over 10 years. I have also completed my domestic and civil dispute hours and am a certified civil and family mediator.  My intuitive coaching specialties include love and relationships, parenting issues, special needs resourcing, life path, and career concerns. I currently reside in the hills of North Georgia and am a mother to two wonderful kids (now adults). Since I was a child, I found solace in horses and this remains my personal passion and connection to nature and my soul. I have worked with therapeutic riding facilities creating programs for individuals on the autism spectrum and other behavioral disabilities.  I have since found peace in writing and sharing my channeled thoughts with the world. I am a motivator and passionate visionary for my clients.  My greatest life goal is to leave this earth knowing that I left those in my path better having known me.

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