Nadine Jans helps individuals break free from the grip of overwhelm, anxiety, guilt shame, loneliness, over-eating and depression. She works with them to re- wire the brain and re- connect with their inner wisdom and power and heal old and deep wounds.
Nadine has a masters of science degree in Clinical and Health Psychology and is a coach and a registered clinical counsellor in British Columbia, Canada and a psychologist in the Netherlands. She has gained over 15 years of experience working with individuals, families, and professional care providers to manage high levels of stress, anxiety, trauma, anger, overeating, guilt, depression, and aging-related issues.
Nadine has struggled with depression, loneliness, shame, and emotional eating and has climbed her way out of the old patterns and deep sabotaging beliefs. After years of training and personal quests, she has discovered the steps to walk to create healing and how to re-wire your brain to live life fully.
She personalizes her approach to your individual needs and draws from neuroscientic insights and evidence-based, experiential, and trauma-informed therapies such as Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to help you achieve your goals in life. Her work has reached a deeper level after receiving training from Dr. Daniel Nightingale, PhD, in hypnotherapy for people with dementia and caregivers and she now is seeing more positive results in helping individuals and more calmness, meaning, and joy in their lives. Nadine also developed the Experience-Centered Care with H.E.A.R.T. Methodology™, a cutting-edge step-by-step framework that enables overwhelmed family caregivers and professionals to significantly improve behaviours, moods, and relationships of both themselves and the person with dementia, so that they can finally experience inner calm and meaning in their lives.