SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

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Speaking Engagements

Janice Berger is a pioneer in Deep Emotional Processing Therapy. She is a psychotherapist, author, mentor and public speaker. She has spent over 40 years helping people work through the pain of past and present trauma and childhood abuse, neglect and deprivation.

Janice has spoken to many audiences, both local and national. She has produced and hosted three television programs and has been a guest on radio and television programs, including eight appearances on CBC Radio Noon; and has been widely quoted in The Toronto Star and other publications such as Canadian Living Magazine and Today's Parent.

Janice is available for speaking engagements.  50-60 minute speech.

Janice will reveal the major keys for emotional well being, including many brief examples that the audience will readily relate to. Methods of accessing and facilitating our natural emotional healing power will be described using concrete examples.

Participants will understand how to begin on a journey - to find freedom within, gain clarity, and take charge of their lives.
Please contact Janice Berger & Associates for bookings and arrangements.
Phone: 905-836-4555
Fax: 905-836-0976
Recent Speaking Engagements
  • Emotional Fitness As We Age
  • Canadian Federation of University Women

Past Speaking Engagements
  • Joy of Childhood Conference
  • Bereaved Families of Ontario (Kitchener and London)
  • Anglican Church of Canada
  • The Parent Show
  • Canadian Mental Health Association
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • March of Dimes
  • Bahi Community
  • York County Hospital
  • Women Teachers Federation
  • Newtonbrook Block and Supply Co.
  • Artsource
  • Toronto Board of Education
  • Presidents of Entrepreneurial Organizations
  • Scarborough Centennial College
  • Facing the Challenge York Region Abuse Prevention Program
  • 1994 Canadian Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards & Conference Keynote Address
  • Chamber of Commerce Newmarket
  • Pickering College
  • Greenacres Nursing Home
  • Newmarket Public Library
  • St. Andrew's College
  • Community Home Assistance to Seniors
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