Coaching • Wives Of Jannah

Wives of Jannah Coaching Program

Discover how to enhance love, passion, connection,
and spiritual consciousness in your marriage without
compromising your Islamic values.

Avoid generic advice that falls flat and experiences
that leave you without actionable next steps.

Explore our dynamic online coaching program
designed specifically for your journey.

Personalized Goals for Unique Individuals

Because you are unique, the goals we set together for your relationship and personal development need to be tailored specifically to you. No one-size-fits-all approach here. Coaching empowers you to discover your true aspirations and the path to achieve them, all while honoring your authentic self.

Belief That You Are Normal

I begin our coaching relationship with the belief that you are a capable and valuable individual who faces challenges like everyone else. Our focus is on the positive potential within you, recognizing that you are fully capable of living a dynamic and fulfilling life.

Islamic Framework Maintained

Islam is both our faith and our way of life, making it the primary guiding force for any improvements in our lives. Rest assured, all techniques and concepts I share will align with Islamic teachings bi'thnillah. I have carefully curated and discarded any ideas or concepts, regardless of their popularity, which contradict our Islamic values, trusting in our rich traditions to guide us in nurturing a loving and fulfilling marriage for you and your husband.

Creating Change That Lasts

Change happens when you meet your emotional needs in healthy, authentic, and empowering ways, replacing old, disempowering habits. With coaching tools, even if you revert to old patterns, you'll know how to move forward. My coaching program focuses on rapid, specific action steps, creating momentum that often enhances other life areas, healing old wounds and sparking positive changes.

What I Bring To the Table

I've been coaching and teaching people from all over the world since 2007, continuously evolving through new levels of training and mentorship to keep my skills sharp. As a happily married woman with four children, Alhamdulilah, I understand the practical realities of family life and marriage.

My primary framework, Strategic Intervention, was instrumental in transforming my own life positively. Over the years, I've developed additional strategies and concepts tailored to help wives and couples navigate common marital challenges.

If you've tuned into my podcasts, read my articles, joined one of my programs, or explored my ebooks, you'll know that I champion your rights as a wife while fostering respect for your husband. I create a nurturing space that promotes mutual respect, acknowledges genuine hurt, disappointment, and respects your individual needs as a woman.

How Does Coaching Work?

Coaching sessions are conducted over Zoom for both 1-on-1 sessions for women and for couples. 

Once registered, you'll gain access to my master calendar, allowing you to schedule your sessions at a time that best suits you.  

We will have bi-monthly sessions, and between each call, you'll work on specific assignments toward defined outcomes we've agreed upon before the call concludes.

Should you have questions or need accountability for those assignments, I am available via email. You're welcome to email me anytime.

(For those in Southern California or willing to travel, I also offer half-day, in-person intensives.)

Confidentiality Ensured

Being a part of your journey is truly special to me. For a strong relationship to flourish between us, trust is essential. I assure you that our work together will remain completely private. Your name, your husband's name, and any details that could identify you will not be released to the public.

I understand the immense trust you place in me, and I am committed to upholding that trust in front of Allah.

Coaching Packages


Video Conference Coaching for Couples

Meet twice a month for a private fifty minute coaching session as a couple via Zoom

Receive email support and accountability for goals and action items agreed to on each call.

$450 / month

(3 month commitment
with 6 session total )


Private Coaching for Muslim Wives

Meet twice a month for a private fifty minute coaching session via phone or Zoom

Receive email support and accountability for goals and action items agreed to on each call. 

$350 / month 

(3 month commitment
with 6 session total )


Half Day in person Coaching Intensive

Six Hour private relationship coaching intensive in
Orange County, CA

For individual women or couples. 

Includes catered lunch.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you offer any discounts for international individuals?

A: Currently, I am focused on serving those who live in USA, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. I understand exchange rates for US rates would be hard for other countries. I encourage you to see if there are local marriage coaches and other resources within your vicinity.

Q: Isn’t talking about your husband to someone else sinful?

A: Seeking advice, mediation, guidance, and support is built into our Deen as a recommendation, especially when a couple is going through a rough time together, and their marriage is no longer a source of love and happiness for both of them. However, my method of coaching doesn’t require any wife to “drag her husband through the mud,” and in fact, she will find she will be interrupted if she attempts to do so, because this is not conducive to a productive discussion. Honor, dignity, and respect for both husband and wife are expected at all times, so that only what is necessary is brought into the open in order to help a wife or a couple facilitate changes. The Qur'an has the following verse to guide us on this matter:  "And if you have reason to fear that a breach might occur between a [married] couple, appoint an arbiter from among his people and an arbiter from among her people; if they both want to set things aright, God may bring about their reconciliation. Behold, God is indeed all-knowing, aware." (4:35)

Q: I am looking for a coach, but not specifically for marriage. Do you focus on other areas of personal development as well?

A: Absolutely! I am also the founder of One Meaningful Life offering Islamic personal development programs, group coaching, and individual coaching. You can visit my 1-on-1 coaching page and also listen to the One Meaningful Life: Islamic Personal Development podcast show. 

Q: I am interested, but it sounds expensive. Why are the rates high?

A: It can be difficult to measure the worth of an investment without experiencing the results. Coaching rates are designed to be lower than the value it brings to those committed to the process. You aren’t paying just to have a conversation or a place to be heard. Coaching with me is a strategic process focused on your goals, leading you toward immediate actions to achieve them.

When compared to the months or even years people may spend feeling frustrated and unfulfilled because they didn’t seek new tools, the cost becomes not only worth it but an investment that continues to bring returns year after year. 

Q: I’m not married yet, can I still join coaching? Do you offer pre-marital coaching?

A: Wives of Jannah has a large following of singles, Alhamdulellah! You are welcome to sign up for coaching. I also offer pre-marital coaching for individuals considering each other for marriage who would like a space to discuss their vision of marriage and smooth out any potential issues that could arise in the future. For pre-marital coaching click here.

Q: As a man, can I sign up to work with you individually as well?

A: For personal work that takes place outside of couples coaching, I prefer and recommend you work with another Muslim male coach. I do work with men in my group coaching program at One Meaningful Life but I prefer not to work with men alone.

Q: Do you follow any specific Islamic ideology that influences how you coach others?

A: I am a Muslimah, Alhamdulellah, who follows Islam and my coaching makes no distinction of what “kind” of a Muslim I am or you are. I believe that keeping Islam a part of our dialogue is essential because as Muslims everything we do must connect back to our ultimate purpose in this life which is to worship our Lord who created us, and to follow the Qur’an and the Sunnah in our daily affairs. However, specific aspects of the Deen, fatwas, or religious opinions are not my area of expertise, so for these you will be directed to ask those with the proper knowledge whom you trust. 

Q: Is there anyone that shouldn’t be signing up for coaching?

A: I have worked with many women who were in a physically and/or emotionally abusive relationship. I often am the first person to help them recognize they are being abused. I am grateful to be a form of support for these women and also a safe space for them to get help.

That being said,  I don't recommend coaching on its own because abusive marriages also come with a severe risk of being physically harmed. Once I find out a woman is being abused, I support her to seek guidance from a local authority, shelter, and/or therapist (or all of the above depending on the situation) within her local vicinity which is connected to local resources that can support her in staying safe, and when necessary, leaving her marriage.

Physical and emotional abuse is a serious situation not condoned in Islam in any way shape or form, and is a very volatile situation. If you are a relationship like this, please talk to someone you can trust locally to get help. I am honored to remain a part of your personal development journey in developing strong boundaries, greater self-confidence, and helping your detangle from spiritually abusive ideas, but after I am certain you are in a safe place.

Also, if you currently struggle with a psychological condition which you are being treated for, and if you are on medication of any kind, it is important to share with your therapist or psychiatrist that you want to join coaching. Therapy and coaching can work hand in hand together as they often focus on different goals which are complimentary to each other but it’s important that I know your current situation before proceeding as well as your other support networks in healing. 

Coaching Client Testimonials 

Here are a few examples of comments emailed to me from my coaching clients at different stages in their coaching: I've tried to share ones that reflect different parts of their journey.

"Salam Megan! I don’t know what I would have done without you. I’m so blessed to have met you. Speaking to you transformed my soul. I felt so much lighter and just deeply happier right after. I couldn’t figure out why. I knew what you had said was helpful and eye opening but I couldn’t logic the intensity of the change in my heart. My husband even said to me today, “Since you spoke with Megan, you have a skip in your step, you seem so much more patient and happy - Megan can move in with us! “ Haha! Then it hit me. I realized I had self-hate. I think my moms voice had become my own voice. And I hated myself. I looked to my family to negate it and fix it. So I could get rid of that hate. But when you spoke to me, calling my challenging childhood a “gift” to my mother and telling me how I am deserving of deciding who I accept—I dunno. You told me imagine, if you didn’t believe her.  Something just changed and I finally deeply chose not to believe my mom. And I realized more than anything, I was transferring that self hate to my daughter when she would display my behaviors-I’d feel like oh no she has her mothers awfulness. Instead now I adore her even more. She’s my gift. I know I have a long way to go. But thank you for this moment and this growth. I love you for your helping hand."  Sister H. - private coaching client 

"Thank you for all your efforts and working long hours and going beyond your time to bring our family together after so many years of misunderstandings and pains.  I definitely would encourage everyone and anyone I know to save themselves the emotional pain and the physical health consequences of stress and just call you to intervene.  Your coaching and method of dealing with the situation is so effective, especially during the intensive session.  I do not think we could have gotten any progress ever, in my family situation, if we did not have the whole Saturday to work on it. Yes your fee is not easy to come up with but it is worth it because close relationships, love, peace and happiness is worth everything and you guarantee it.  I am kissing your forehead again out of respect and admiration for you.  Thank you." - Sr. W. - half day intensive client

"Since our last talk I've been having a lot of conversations with you in my head. hahaha... And I got to some awesome conclusions that I am excited to share with you! It all started from you telling me that making assumptions can hurt me and others. That got me thinking. And then I read your post about telling yourself the story the helps you rise above. My first reaction, I admit, was rather defensive. What do you mean tell yourself stories? Those assumptions are based on something real, you know? They don't just come out of thin air. They are there to protect you. And help you make educated decisions.But as defensive as it was...I took it with me and gave myself time to think about it. And then I started catching myself in moments where I make assumptions that all that they do is build walls around me. Isolating me and keeping me away from potentially experiencing great things. So I started changing the narrative. The way I explain myself, what happens to me and around me. Maybe it's like this... maybe it's like that. And I started feeling better about myself and about those situations. I am ready to create a new story. One that I will be excited about. One that will lift me up.Thank you for everything Megan! <3" - Sister L. private coaching client

"So much has happened since (the past several months after coaching), all positive, Alhamdulillah.  My relationship with my husband is very strong and a great source of happiness.  I feel like we are even stronger of a couple now than we were like 2 or 3 years ago since we weathered a great storm together.  I know he has remembered a lot of things you told him about how to support me, because he acts on them. Relationship wise I feel very blessed and satisfied. Now, I follow you on social media and read all your emails etc.  And sometimes when I feel especially introspective, I imagine speaking with you about various things because I really did enjoy our conversations and the way you would provoke my thought processes and I do really miss that.  Thank you again for all your help in the past.  I have highly recommended you to several people including a dear friend who I know is having marital difficulties. InshaAllah I hope she signs up when the time is right for her."  - Sister R. - couples coaching client. 

"After cooling down a little bit (after a disagreement) we tried to share our feelings with each other - feelings from the start of the day to the end (the way you had composed your questions), and were surprised to find out that we both were totally unaware of what was going on in the minds of each other. In addition, we had our own assumptions and conclusions on what could be going on in the mind of the other person. We tried to explore why we did not share our true feelings with each other and found that it could be because we:
- didn't have enough time (both) 
- thought it's 'understood' (my wife);
- feared that sharing true feelings would lead to an argument and ultimately a fight (me); and
- did not even know ourselves (consciously) that we 
had these feelings (both).

So, we discussed how we could have handled yesterday differently, and came up with some ideas! 🙂  We realized that we are being consistent on some of the actions because we are accountable to you, so we wanted your opinion and guidance on the above strategy. Once we have the stamp of your approval, we'd start it and then report back to you on how we are following it. Many thanks once again for everything, we really really appreciate it!" 
- Brother B. - couples coaching client

"My personal experience was an eye opener. The support you gave me through our sessions I still carry with me daily. It took a lot of courage and thought from me to contact you and it was very scary to open up to a stranger about the troubles I'm dealing with in my marriage. However, once we started talking I felt assured, confidant and validated for my experiences. And it was nice for me to get out of the problem and all the details and discuss with you new perspectives to see things and discuss with my husband. I think the sessions are the perfect remedy for those who feel alone, alienated and overwhelmed by their marital distress. Sometimes thinking out loud with a professional is the way to go."  Sister H. - private coaching client

I want to ensure that your coaching experience brings you more value than just your investment of time and money.

If, after the first coaching session, you feel that we aren't a good fit and you experience no benefit despite fully participating, we will end your sessions, and I will refund your entire coaching fee. My goal is for you to receive the support you need and deserve!

Coach Megan Wyatt, Founder of Wives of Jannah