You can live the life you most desire by transforming old patterns and beliefs into freedom, joy and authenticity.
In working with Dr. Jane Tornatore, you’ll experience a supportive, compassionate environment. We’ll explore your current mindset…and as we clarify what you want, you’ll create new and more powerful ways to engage in the world. You’ll better understand the core of who you truly are – so you can grow beyond what others think you “should” be – and find more inner peace and contentment.
Is a therapist and speaker based in Seattle, WA, Jane BG Tornatore draws on her extensive professional training and wide-ranging life experiences to help clients convert old, outdated patterns and unnecessary stress into authenticity and wisdom.
Incorporates compassion, curiosity, deep listening, and heartfelt optimism, along with powerful shots of playfulness.
Both local and national audiences rave about her engaging workshops on improving brain health, boosting memory, reducing stress and living more effectively with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Tornatore is experienced, well prepared, calm and encouraging. From the initial encounter she provided support, hope, tools, guidance and options to go beyond a self-imposed dead end. She is very effective in promoting the self-initiative to return to a state of interest in exploring and enjoying life.Client Testimonial
There are so many speakers who know their subject but really can’t engage their audience. You certainly did. We’re just tabulating the feedback now and I’m sure you’ll be top rated.David Lawrence
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This course provided many techniques and helpful ideas. I have already been using several new approaches on a regular basis. Thank you.Workshop Participant
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I'm speaking at the Creative Aging Festival in Edmunds on April 29th. I'll be presenting from 1:45-3pm. Go to www.creativeagefestival.org for more information. I hope to see you there!read more
This workshop for caregivers/carepartners and family members of persons with Parkinsons (PWP) will cover some of the challenges and opportunities associated with helping your PWP to remain independent within their PD diagnosis. This is a chance for carepartners to...read more
1. Do your best to avoid saying “you” as in “you are the problem” We both used “I statements.” I statements are when you say what you are feeling because of the situation. Here is an example: “I am feeling angry because I don’t feel heard sometimes.” Here is what NOT...read more