Cathy Butler Teichert
Cathy has the heart of a nurturing teacher as an experienced Suzuki Violin Teacher. She also has the passion and tenderness of a musician, as she has witnessed hundreds of new marriages begin as a professional wedding violinist. She earned her Associate Degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in Interpersonal Communications and her Bachelor Degree from Utah State University in Family and Human Development.
As a divorced single mother of two young boys for the better part of six years in her thirties, she experienced tremendous growth with all the challenges that came with unexpected life changes. She eventually found her forever companion and remarried Jeff in 2018. Together they founded Love In Later Years in 2020.
Cathy specializes in coaching those who desire holistic healing, more self-care, debt reduction, money management, and individualized health planning. Personal experience with many healing modalities influence and support her coaching practice. These include chakra healing, jin shin jyutsu, energy profiling, affirmations, and therapeutic journaling. She enjoys empowering mid-singles to create the life and relationships they desire intentionally, one step at a time.
Jeff has the heart of a healer as well as a protector, as he has counseled clients in his capacity as an attorney for almost two decades. He earned his Bachelor Degree in Family Science from Brigham Young University, a Juris Doctorate from Brigham Young University Law School, and a postdoctoral LLM degree "with highest honors" from The George Washington University Law School.
As a single dad who spent about eight years in the mid-singles community, he understands the challenges of dating and creating relationships at middle age, starting and growing businesses in troubled times, and rebuilding a life after the heartbreaking loss.
Jeff specializes in coaching mid-singles in personal development, dating, and relationships. He also provides coaching for premarital couples and remarried couples in building passionate and healthy relationships.