Jennifer Degler, Ph.D.

Jennifer Degler, Ph.D.

Psychologist, life coach, author, speaker, wife, and mom, Dr. Jennifer Degler is passionate about helping people create healthy, successful relationships. She has traveled extensively sharing her “tips and quips” to strengthen the health of relationships in professional organizations and individual lives. Jennifer’s heart for strengthening marriages, combined with her interest in female sexuality, led her in 2010 to found CWIVES, a ministry to help Christian wives make their sex lives sizzle with unique, fun products, such as the Dare of the Month newsletter. She and her high school sweet heart husband Jeff, have been married since 1987.


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