Rebecca Friedman is a professional life and marriage coach and a happily married mother of two.

Rebecca is the founder of Muslimah Life Coaching, empowering Muslimahs to make powerful changes, acccomplish their goals, and increase the overall quality of their lives, while gaining nearness to Allah Subhanuhu wa Ta'ala.

Rebecca also started a non-profit project in 2015, offering life coaching to new Muslimahs through Amanah Sisters, a Canadian based organisation offering support for new Muslim sisters. This coaching project aims to help new Muslimahs lay a good foundation for Islam in their lives, and overcome new challenges after reverting to Islam.

Rebecca Friedman

Educational Background

Born and raised in Canada, Rebecca Friedman completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at York University in Toronto. She then became certified as an English as a Second Language (ESL) Teacher. Rebecca is a native English and French Speaker and learned to speak Spanish fluently in University. She is currently working on learning Arabic and she is already able to read and write Alhamdulillah.

After completing her education as an ESL teacher, Rebecca began volunteering at different muslim organisations in the muslim community and developed a passion for helping Muslimahs at various life stages to overcome life challenges and create change in their lives. While learning about different methods of supporting individuals in creating personal change, she became influenced by the work of Anthony Robbins who is a best-selling author and motivational speaker.

Rebecca then decided to pursue her certification as a strategic intervention coach from the Robbins-Madanes Training (RMT) Institute, founded by Anthony Robbins and Cloe Madanes, a world renowned therapist and teacher of family therapy.

Since receiving her training as a strategic intervention coach, Rebecca has been conducting one-on-one coaching sessions with Muslimahs. Rebecca is currently enrolled in the Islamic Online University (IOU) pursuing a Bachelors in Islamic Psychology and has received further training in marriage coaching.