Jennifer Day

Author Jennifer Day

Book signing

Book Tour: Women's Conference, California

Book Tour: Talk at NSLC Conference, Nashville, TN

Jennifer with Maria Shriver & participants at The Women's Conference 09


Jennifer Day wrote her first book Creative Visualization with Children: A Practical Guide in 1994, (Element Books), to date available in nine foreign languages. Her second book, Children Believe Everything You Say (1997, Element Books), a guide to building self-esteem in children within the context of the family, and is now also available in Spanish, Italian, French, German and Japanese. A member of The Authors Guild, Jennifer has written countless articles, edited several books, and is contributing author of When All The World’s Asleep (Element Children’s Books 1998). Her latest book is Being What You Want to See (Shinnyo-En Foundation, San Francisco 2008).

Born, raised and educated in Europe, she spent more than fifteen years in the performing arts, as a director, choreographer and teacher of dance. In the mid-eighties, she chose to change direction and embarked on studies in Counseling & Stress Management, in London (England)and later in California and Hawaii. Specializing in person-centered counseling, she spent 9 years of further extensive studies into alternative approaches to stress management. A member of the British Holistic Medical Association and the British Holistic Education Network, she co-founded and directed VIA, a Stress Management consulting firm, and co-designed and directed an emotional literacy program that was implemented in 12 public schools in the UK.

Jennifer has given countless trainings to corporations, organizations, schools, parents, and individuals in both the US and the UK. She has been affiliated with several research initiatives looking at the power of emotions in behavior, learning, and business leadership, and she continues to design and facilitate trainings, coaching, and consultations in AEM on both sides of the Atlantic. She also continues to write books, articles, Blogs & Newsletters on the subject, for both adults and children. Jennifer is currently working on her first novel.

She can be contacted through her website:

Selected Works

Non Fiction, Self-Help
"Once you read this book, you will ask yourself why you waited so long."
--Ronald P. Hill Ph.D., Author Pearls Along the Path
Nonfiction, Parenting, Self-help
"An excellent tool for parents, teachers, or anyone who loves children."
--Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., Author
Nonfiction, Parenting, Education
This practical guidebook gives children tools to address the unique challenges of growing up today.

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