Janice's work is dedicated to inspiring and empowering others to use their personal power to live with vitality in natural ways. After a decade-long journey of intensive personal healing and research, she successfully found natural, profoundly effective ways to heal herself and her son. She shares the information she learned and The Foundations Healing System she developed in her books and on her websites. Additionally, she is an intuitive channel, healer and teacher.
Janice has a Masters degree in music and is a certified Holographic Sound Healing practitioner. Before devoting her time to teaching about natural healing, she taught music to children in both public and private school settings, and worked in the music therapy field.
Her experiences with her own high sensitivity place her in the unique position to be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves, and are so in need of help, compassion and understanding.
Her books include: The Sensitivity Factor: The Missing Piece In Our Understanding Of Health, The Foundations Healing System Guidebook: Empowered Holistic Health For Sensitive Adults and Children, and Be Free: Empowering Messages From The Light Of The One. All are available through Amazon.com
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Empathic Sensitivity: Powerful Self Healing and Maintenance Tools For People Who Feel
Empaths feel more than other people and often struggle with their health and wellbeing. If you are an empath, you are not crazy, neurotic or a hypochondriac. Your ability to feel is a gift that you can use to your advantage and to help other people. This book will help you to understand and work with energy on multiple levels, allowing you to feel peaceful, stable and healthy.
Feeding Healthy Families
The quality of what our children eat is vitally important to their physical, mental and emotional health and well-being. Author, Janice Carlin, a mother herself, shares important information about how to provide highly quality, balanced, nutritionally sound foods for families.
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