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Meet Nadine

Nadine Jans is a clinical counsellor in Canada and a psychologist in The Netherlands with a Master of Science degree in Clinical & Health Psychology. She has extensive experience as a psychologist working with seniors, people with dementia, and their families.

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What others have to say about Nadine:

Thank you Nadine, very forward thinking E-book, I’ve sent it to a family carer and she was most impressed , and commented that it was written by experience and so helpful!

Graham Hart, Dementia awareness training adviser

“Nadine is very involved with people with dementia, their caregivers and health-care staff members. She has a strong vision about quality of life and dementia and knows how to perfectly translate this to her audience”.

Ezra van Zadelhoff , Coach, Trainer, Researcher.

“Nadine is a wonderful person who is very knowledgeable in her field of expertise. She is very kind, sincere and caring in her approach and her willingness to share her insights and knowledge have helped me tremendously in my personal and professional growth. She is truly an inspiration and excellent role model!”

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From the Blog

  • The one thing you need to know before you can let go of the power of GUILT

    August 22 2018

    Guilt has been a common theme for me—I’ve been feeling guilty most of my life. I often didn’t really know why, but if you could look inside my head and listen to my thoughts, you would hear that I was feeling guilty because I thought I was bad, wrong, or not good enough. I remember how ...

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  • How to stay calm when you’re angry

    August 22 2018

    HOW TO STAY CALM WHEN YOU'RE ANGRY Top strategies to remain calm in the heat of the moment when you're a caregiver You are helping a family member with dementia. You probably heard it 1,000 times, and you’ve probably told yourself anot...

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