When Claudette and her husband came together in 1990, they both brought their dreams, hopes and kids to the relationship. It didn’t take long for issues to arise involving the children, the exes, them as a couple, and the whole family. Traditional therapists were not able to help and there were few other resources available.

About Claudette Chenevert

What do you get with over 25 years of being  a stepmother? …A scarlet S?  A Golden Globe?

 

Absolutely not! 

You get Claudette Chenevert with a warm and inviting smile ready to share her passion for transforming the stepfamily community from one of distrust and frustration to one of respect and belonging.

Claudette's journey has lead her to help others....

When Claudette and her husband came together in 1990, they both brought their dreams, hopes and kids to the relationship. It didn’t take long for issues to arise involving the children, the exes, them as a couple, and the whole family. Traditional therapists were not able to help and there were few other resources available.

Claudette returned to school to study psychology, communication, and family dynamics — and there, she began to understand that stepfamilies had a distinct set of needs that were not being addressed by anyone.

With a desire for a better family life of her own, she took this need and found a way to meet it. She continued her schooling, received training and certification as a Master Stepfamily Coach and took her new skills home. It worked!

Starting with herself, she was able to make personal changes that in turn changed their family dynamics for the better.  Claudette then took these action steps and created a program to help others enjoy the same benefits that she did.

 

Claudette Chenevert

Claudette Chenevert, The Stepmom Coach

Credentials and Background

  • Bachelor of Individual Studies (BIS) in Psychology of Communication
    George Mason University, VA (2007)
  • Master Certified Stepfamily Coach
    Stepfamily Foundation of New York (2007)
  • AA in Liberal Arts, Summa Cum Laude
    Nova Community College, VA (2004)

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