Jane became the Director of The Gremlin-Taming Institute in October 2002 after ending over a decade of work as an independent contractor at the Amen Clinics for Behavioral Medicine in Fairfield, California. She maintains an active practice coaching adults with Attention Deficit Disorder as well as giving private lessons in gremlin-taming to parents. She has developed a unique style of inspiring her clients to action, stemming from their own gremlin-taming experiences. Jane also introduces gremlin-taming in K-12 classrooms and teaches parents through teleclasses and presentations how to use this method with their children. You'll find her presenting workshops and training programs as well as coordinating with various professional groups to provide training opportunities.
"Jane is a gift to all of us, and gifted. It thrills my soul that she has embraced the Gremlin-Taming Method like she has. And I guarantee you she has learned it from the inside out – through courageous self-scrutiny inspired by her unbounded commitment to her own growth and to giving her clients her all. She wants us all to be the best we can be.
Jane has the patience of a saint and will slog with you through a swamp if that's what's required to help you free up and get where you're going.
She has a wealth of experience with children and their parents and with adults and kids with Attention Deficit Disorder, but because her talent lies in her ability to work with people, not labels – regardless of your age, concepts about yourself or world-view -- your time spent with Jane will be time very well spent." --Rick Carson
Jane resides in Danville, California with her husband and two sons. She can be reached at the Gremlin-Taming Institute at 1-800-253-9269 or via email at email@example.com.
If you ran a single thread through Jane's career as a social worker and professional coach, one common strand would be her passion for bringing out the best in people. That's why, after working 18 years in medical centers and mental health practices as a clinical social worker, she enthusiastically grabbed onto the young profession of coaching and created an active practice specializing in adults with Attention Deficit Disorder, entrepreneurs, musicians, and coaches in training. For Jane, professional coaching coupled with her background in social work was a natural fit. Then she discovered Taming Your Gremlin and the picture was completed. Rick's work offered Jane a specific method to help guide people in gaining control over their awareness, a tool that is tremendously helpful for anyone who struggles with issues of attention. Jane's passion for gremlin-taming has grown from her own personal practice of the Gremlin-Taming Method. Having experienced just how powerful it was in her own life, she played with introducing it to her sons who have now become two of our youngest and best little gremlin-tamers in their own right! It was from Jane's experience with her sons that Gremlin-Taming for Kids was created.