Jennifer Krier, Ph.D., is a coach, clinical social worker, yoga teacher, and professional anthropologist who offers mind body integration services to individuals and leadership teams in both profit and non-profit sectors. She uses coaching, somatics, relational psychotherapy, and yoga therapeutics to help clients create positive change in themselves and in the worlds in which they live, move and work. Her mission is to bring mind body integration to the everyday culture of workplaces, in order to create the physical wellbeing and secure relationships that are critical to successful teams and individuals striving for innovation.
Jennifer received her B.A. from Bryn Mawr College, and her Ph.D. in Anthropology from Harvard University, where she was a Fulbright Scholar, studying gender and power relations in rural Indonesia. She is also a registered yoga teacher, is certified as both a Co-Active and Strozzi Somatic Coach, and is completing her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work at Simmons. Jennifer has taught at Harvard University and was an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Cornell University. She is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia.
Jennifer has served as the Boston area group facilitator of the Hoffman Process Graduate Group. She is the co-author of a published play, Eve-olution, which was produced and ran off-Broadway. In addition to coaching, Jennifer works as a depth psychotherapist at the Danielsen Institute in Boston, and teaches yoga classes and workshops in the area.
Jennifer lives with her husband and three children in Belmont Massachusetts.