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Media & Speaking Requests:

To request an interview with Jenni, contact Amber Gray at media@jennischaefer.com. (Please only use this email if you are a member of media.)

For speaking inquiries, please visit the Speaking page to complete the inquiry form.

Jenni's Mailing Address:

PO Box 40806
Austin, TX 78704
United States

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Have you reached a plateau in recovery? Or, are you just beginning the journey? Maybe you need a recovery boost.

If you are 18 years or older and motivated to get better, connect with your treatment team about the benefits of a recovery boost session with Jenni Schaefer.

In a 30-minute phone consultation, Jenni will share her wisdom and hope from experience with an eating disorder, depression, anxiety, and/or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Goodbye Ed, Hello Me Book

We offer this service due to requests from clinicians over the years for Jenni to speak with certain clients. Oftentimes, both the clinician and client will participate in the call, which is very effective.

Session Details

A payment of $75 in U.S. funds is due at the time the 30-minute session is scheduled. At the scheduled appointment time, Jenni will call the client.

No cancellations. No refunds. If a conflict arises, please allow 48 hours, and Jenni will happily work with you to reschedule at a mutually agreeable time.

Confidentiality

Jenni will keep all information strictly confidential except in those situations where doing so would violate the law.

Disclaimers

Because Jenni is not a therapist, doctor, dietitian, nor any type of mental healthcare professional, she does not provide medical advice. Recovery Boost sessions are not therapy. Importantly, sessions with Jenni are only an adjunct to life-saving treatment.

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Recovery Boost Consulting for Parents and Loved Ones

If your loved one struggles with an eating disorder and/or PTSD, Jenni is available to consult with you as well. Getting support for yourself can be crucial in your loved one’s recovery. As a flight attendant says before airline travel, “Put your own oxygen mask on first before assisting others.”

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