by Laureen Nowlan-Card on January 19, 2020
Shauna Janz, MA, is dedicated to tending belonging in our world, within ourselves, with each other, and with our other-than-human relations. She creates space for reaching into the rough and beautiful places that are a catalyst for transformation and healing, personally and collectively. In her private practice, Shauna guides others in healing and wholeness through individual, family and community grief support, education, ritual and ancestral healing. She has been designing and delivering trauma-informed programs since 2008. Audiences have included non-profit organizations, local and provincial government, First Nation bands and organizations, post-secondary education institutions, school district teams, and small rural communities. Currently, Shauna is also a teacher with Ancestral Medicine; a trainer with BC Bereavement Helpline; and the education facilitator with Learning Through Loss. She is founder of the Victoria Holistic Death Care Gatherings, and co-visionary for the annual Deathly Matters community conference. Website: Sacred Grief Consulting www.shaunajanz.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/sacredgriefshaunajanz Instagram: sacredgriefshaunajanz Learning Through Loss - Empowering Youth www.learningthroughloss.org Singer-Songwriter www.shaunajanzmusic.com
Meet The Author
Laureen Nowlan-Card has been an advocate for women and children her whole adult life. Her natural passion for advocacy led to a successful career as a courtroom lawyer for over 20 years. Five years ago she decided that she wanted to support women in a more proactive and personal way, and became a certified Transformational Life Coach and then the first Canadian certified in Emotional Liberation Therapy. Laureen is committed to helping women create positive change in their lives on all levels; personal, career, leadership, and societal. Laureen guides women to release their self-doubt and limiting beliefs, and to work with their emotions so they can attain increased joy and peace, rather than continuing to be overwhelmed by difficult emotions. Laureen also leads Victoria WomanSpeak Circles where women learn the art of public speaking in a safe, feminine environment. Laureen is passionate about helping women and girls unleash the brilliance of their voices, and about creating a new non-patriarchal model of leadership. In all she does, Laureen is honoured to support women to create lives that are in alignment with their true purpose and their greatest vision for themselves.