Jessica Yaffa, LLC
Jessica Yaffa is a Certified Professional Coach specializing in relationships and co-occurring topics, as well as a 2-time published author. She is the president of NoSilence, NoViolence, and former President of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council. Jessica has been featured in several publications including The New York Post, Darling Magazine, Thrive Global, The Washington Post, and Outreach Magazine as well as KPBS, NBC, CBS, KUSI, FOX, and most recently The Doctors.
Jessica Yaffa holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of San Diego, as well as being a Certified Professional Coach, trained by The World Coaching Institute. Ms. Yaffa also possesses level 1 Imago training and is a CRAFT coach (Community Reinforcement and Family Training). Her work in the field of mental wellness spans a 20-year period where Ms. Yaffa has served in administrative, leadership, direct service, and organizational development capacities. These roles have included the hiring, training, and supervising of teams, along with establishing strategic partnerships and both identifying and executing plans related to staff retention, expansion of business, and client satisfaction.
Additionally, Ms. Yaffa has launched two separate certification programs of her own, training other professionals to become experts in effective communication techniques, positive communication styles, conflict resolution, boundary setting, and building cohesive connections. These training programs have been sought out by over 100 organizations including but not limited to the United States Military, Starbuck’s Corporate Headquarters, the NFL, MIT, Michigan State University, UCSB, University of Utah, Service Now, YPO, and the National District Attorney’s Association.
As one of the nation’s leading experts on building and maintaining healthy relationships, Ms. Yaffa continues to inspire a movement to create authentic connections and spaces of thriving in both our work and personal endeavors.