Jenna Riemersma

LET’S COME TOGETHER

Compassion, connection, and healing for a polarized world.

Move Toward™ is a movement that stands at the intersection of the finest clinical, spiritual, mindfulness, and wellness traditions.  It provides a counterintuitive but simple, 3 step solution to suffering, and helps people who are struggling with unwanted feelings and behaviors experience peace.

Jenna Riemersma

Jenna Riemersma is a Harvard-educated innovator who is passionate about making mental wellness accessible.  A sought-after speaker, trainer, and mental health expert, Jenna draws her expertise from years of experience as the founder and director of the Atlanta Center for Relational Healing.  Jenna has synthesized the best of cutting-edge neuroscience and clinical treatment modalities to create a new mental fitness movement called Move Toward.  This dynamic approach consists of three simple steps that anyone can take to reduce suffering and increase wellness.
 
Jenna’s first book, Altogether You, rocketed to Amazon’s #1 best seller status in spirituality and self-help, and her upcoming book, Move Toward, is poised to become THE playbook for mental fitness in today’s age of overwhelm, anxiety and depression.

Jenna Riemersma

Jenna Riemersma is a Harvard-educated innovator who is passionate about making mental wellness accessible.  A sought-after speaker, trainer, and mental health expert, Jenna draws her expertise from years of experience as the founder and director of the Atlanta Center for Relational Healing.  Jenna has synthesized the best of cutting-edge neuroscience and clinical treatment modalities to create a new mental fitness movement called Move Toward.  This dynamic approach consists of three simple steps that anyone can take to reduce suffering and increase wellness.
 
Jenna’s first book, Altogether You, rocketed to Amazon’s #1 best seller status in spirituality and self-help, and her upcoming book, Move Toward, is poised to become THE playbook for mental fitness in today’s age of overwhelm, anxiety and depression.

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