Born and raised in the country, the sisterly duo didn’t settle for collecting buckeyes and talk of the big city. Identical twins, Jan and Jillian Yuhas pursued their academic goals by attending Adler University. Both ladies received a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, specializing in the dynamic of relationships. After becoming MFTs, they extended their credentials in becoming certified life coaches, mediators for conflict resolution, as well as experts in body language and micro-expressions.
Growing up in a twinship, they constantly gave each other sage advice whether the other was ready to hear it or not. Their mirroring and reflecting was a never-ending reminder towards their self-development and growth. As their secure bond provided unconditional support, it induced their discovery of healthy differences among their viewpoints.
In addition to being twins, they came from a strong family background. They were taught how to be confident, independent, nurturing as well as accepting of others. Their family values provided them with the foundation to become sincere to those around them, as everyone has their own story to tell.
Soon after, they realized many of their friends and acquaintances were coming to them for support during their struggles. They found that others sought their advice because they were non-judgmental, authentic, and comfortable in their own skin.
As Relationship and Lifestyle Coaches, who want to see others happy and fulfilled, this motivated them to professionally start helping others. Clients hire them to seek use of their self-development and self-love techniques to achieve great relationships, increased communication skills, healthy lifestyle balance and dating charisma. Their solution-focused approach benefits clients in developing fulfilling relationships and lifestyle balance.
Jan and Jillian’s areas of expertise include dating etiquette, charisma and confidence building, communication techniques, self-love and self-acceptance growth, personal image consulting, maintaining personal and professional relationships, conflict resolution and lifestyle balance.