Re-wire your brain, open your heart and break free from the grip of overwhelm, depression, anxiety and guilt while feeling grounded and confident

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My name is Nadine Jans and this is why I do this

I am on a mission to end the deep loneliness and overwhelm for people with dementia, caregivers and those with anxiety and depression.

You see, my deepest fear is not getting dementia. 

My deepest fear is getting dementia AND not being seen or heard anymore.

It is the deep loneliness that I don’t want you, myself or anyone else to experience.

My deepest fear and the awareness of what is possible, are my biggest drives every day. 

I struggled with loneliness, depression and anxiety myself and over time, after lots of study (never stops), mistakes, training and insights, I discovered how to break free from the grip of unhealthy guilt, shame, self-sabotage, depression and  anxiety. I discovered how to feel grounded, calm and compassionate to myself and others, even in the midst of a storm, when things are really hard.

Life inevitably brings difficulties and it is my mission to help you find meaning and create inner calmness by letting go of past hurts, create inner healing and regulate your body and mind so that you can live life fully , even when things are really rough and out of your control.

I am a registered clinical counsellor in BC (Canada) #13117, a psychologist in the Netherlands NIP #133644, and an online coach.

Over 15 years, I have been working with individuals  and  families dealing with dementia, brain damage, stress, overwhelm, depression, low-esteem and anxiety.

All the strategies and tools are based on the latest neuroscience and evidence-based programs.

I developed the Experience Centred Care with the H.E.A.R.T. methodology™ to help significantly reduce stress, resistance, aggression and depression for both people with dementia and their care-partners, so that they can live a meaningful life and have better relationships with themselves, each other and others. 


CALL 604-724-8972 or email: During this session we'll work together to get clarity on what is going on and your best next steps. I want this to be super valuable for you and you will receive my best tips on how to improve your situation. Afterwards, you are free to decide whether you would like to continue.

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What do people say?

“I’ve had anxiety and depression my whole life. I’ve seen many different psychologists and psychiatrists, without much success. After working with Nadine Jans, I am a different person. I have become my own best friend. It is hard to explain, but what I know for sure is that I feel lighter. Life is good. I trust myself. I am forever grateful.”
age 36, Vancouver

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