Jennifer Day

Jennifer Day specialises in emotional intelligence coaching, parenting, stress management and leadership coaching. She is the author/co-author of six books translated into ten languages, and has designed and facilitated seminars and trainings for organizations, businesses, schools, parents, teachers and the general public in the US, Hawaii, the Caribbean, the UK and Europe.

Specializing in person-centered counseling, she spent almost a decade studying alternative approaches to stress and emotional management, including Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Autogenic Training, Play Therapy, Alexander Technique, Point of Power, and HeartMath. She co-founded and directed VIA, a Stress Management consulting firm in the UK and co-designed and directed an emotional literacy program that was implemented in 12 public schools in the UK.

Jennifer has now combined the best of all her experience and knowledge to develop ‘in-the-moment-solutions’ for people to move on from their regrettable actions and dysfunctions, get to grips with their feelings, tap into their strengths and unleash their possibilities for being where they want to be, emotionally and professionally!

The resulting Applied Emotional Mastery® has been the subject of research studies and has been coached and taught to thousands of individuals, executives, physicians, students, teachers and parents in the US and the UK.

If you would like to experience this for yourself, you can contact Jennifer directly and book an appointment as she works on an ad-hoc basis.


”My work with Jennifer has transformed my life. She has shown me how to remove the barriers I had put in place and given me the tools to develop myself in ways which I could not have imagined. The effect on both my emotional life and career have been remarkable!” A. Chatilla, London, UK 

“Empowering! Better than 20 years of therapy!”, Julie McCallister, Therapist, FL, USA –

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