Author, motivational speaker and licensed belief therapist, Jane Harber was born on July 17, 1945, in New Haven, Connecticut. She graduated from Cheshire High School and Quinnipiac University, after which she began her career at the New Haven Police Department.
Jane began writing during the course of her studies for her license. She has four published books, all of which advocate positive change in life and relationships. She conducts seminars and speaking engagements based on these works.
Jane has also written a behavioral management program for troubled teens, called, "Quit Digging! A Lifeline of Hope For Troubled Teens." She teaches this seminar at Therapon Institute in Marrero, Louisiana, where she also continues her studies for her license, specializing in the area of overcoming grief and depression.
Jane looks forward to the future. Her dream is to build, open and operate Christian, nutrition-oriented, assisted living facility/ranches. The program will be intergenerational, encompassing both youth and partially disabled adults residing at the ranches. In addition, animals living on facility grounds will play a significant role in ranch activity programs.
Jane can be reached at: email@example.com, http://livinghope.tateauthor.com, or www.gentlespringsofhope.org. For information concerning scheduling a seminar, contact Jane through those addresses as well.