Jane Vair Bissler, Ph.D., LPCC-S, FT

 
Jane is a Spiritual Response Therapy certified consultant, certified teacher, reiki master, clinical counselor, teacher, writer and speaker. She has a talent for giving people “ah ha moments” as they develop new spiritual, emotional and mental perspectives on the thoughts and behaviors that create distress in their lives. The spiritual connections she is able to make through her SRT  clearings brings her clients face to face with their guides, high self committees and at times family members who have crossed over.
 
Jane is a practicing clinical counselor and clinical director of Counseling for Wellness, LLP.  She is the chairperson for the distance education program, first vice president for and a member of the board of directors for the Association for Death Education and Counseling. 
Due to her clinical research regarding bereaved parents, she has written two books. Surviving and Thriving: Grief Relief & Continuing Relationships which followed her nationally recognized workshop of the same name. This book is available through Amazon.com.

Her second book, Loving Connections: The Healing Power of After Death Communications is a collection of true spiritual
events experienced by grievers. It is also available through Amazon.com

A third book will be out in the late fall, 2013. It is titled; Hoover and Honeybunch Find Comfort in a Sometimes Scary World. It is a children's book about media coverage of traumatic events and the effect it has on our children. 

Jane continues to present at local, national and international conferences on how spiritual connections are healing for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. Her presentations are always highly rated and she is often referred to as the "conference's best presenter ".


 

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