Janice Eng has been in the holistic healing field for more than 30 years as a licensed massage practitioner, and as a certified counselor for over 12 years through Washington State. She has a degree in Applied Behavioral Science from the Leadership Institute of Seattle. As each individual is unique, she employs many healing modalities to help people break free from pain or negative patterns, whether they be physical, mental, or psycho-spiritual.
Janice has certification in Neurolinguistic Programming, Hypnosis, various Energy Psychology techniques, Reiki, and Applied Kinesiology. She is a founding member of Northwest Compassionate Communication and of the Freedom Project, a non-profit organization that strengthens our community through supporting the transformation of prisoners into peacemakers. Through the Freedom Project she has taught Nonviolent Communication in Washington State prisons since 1999. She is currently a certified trainer candidate for the international organization, the Center for Nonviolent Communication. Janice has served organizations such as Women of Wisdom, Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation, Cascade People’s Center, Asian Counseling and Referral Service, schools, diversity groups, and parenting groups.
Growing up as part of a large traditional Chinese American family in a predominately Caucasian and Hispanic community, Janice is keenly aware of issues of racism, sexism, prejudice, and diversity. Whether it is through individual consultation, workshops, or ongoing classes, her passion is to bring out voices not normally heard, to build bridges of understanding, and to develop thriving relationships, communities and organizations, all of which are built on compassion and trust.