Dr. Jane A. Simington, Ph D, is the owner of Taking Flight International Corporation and the developer of the Trauma Recovery, Grief Support, Suicide Intervention and the Ambiguous Loss Certification Programs; all of which are granted accreditation by the Canadian Council of Professional Certification. As a therapist and professor, Dr. Simington combines her professional background and education in both Nursing and Psychology, with her own experiences of grief, trauma, healing and transformation, to help and heal people across cultures.
Dr. Simington is a sought-after keynote and conference presenter, with a focus on her research and clinical interests in healing and transforming from the soulful impact of traumatic life events. She is a prolific author (having written more than a hundred articles) addressing both lay persons and professionals and published both in print and online. She has accepted invitations to write Endorsements and Forwards in the books of other authors, as well as to write Chapters in professional textbooks. Her own internationally sold books, Journey to the Sacred: Mending a Fractured Soul, and Through Soul’s Eyes: Reinventing a Life of Joy and Promise, are published in several languages. Dr. Simington’s work is also featured in two award-winning films Listening to Soul Pain and Healing Soul Pain. She has published twelve internationally sold CDs as compliments to her training and the healing methods she developed. These include Releasing Ties, Shielded with Light, Cloaked in Joy, and Reintegrating Soul Parts.
Known as the “Woman of Hope,” Dr. Jane Simington has been honored with scholarships and awards. In 2017, as part of the acknowledgement of nursing services during Canada’s 150 years of confederation, Dr. Jane Simington was honored by the Canadian Nurses’ Association as one of the 150 Nurses for Canada. In 2012, she received the Lifetime Achievement for Nursing Excellent Award from the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta. In 2012, the YWCA named Dr. Jane Simington as a Woman of Distinction for Health and Medicine and in 2011, Global Television honored her as a Woman of Vison.