Janeen E. Weiss is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, licensed to practice in both California and Illinois. She is also a Certified Hypnotherapist (CHT), Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), a Neurolinguist Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner, Emotional Freedom Technique Practitioner and Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), qualified to perform Department of Transportation assessments.
As a CEAP and Coach, Janeen works with many corporate executives to assist them in creating a positive and effective work environment – that ultimately improves the bottom line. She coaches individuals in helping them achieve their dreams.
Janeen received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Illinois, her Juris Doctorate from John Marshall School of Law and her Master in Social Work from Jane Addams College of Social Work.
Prior to becoming an LCSW, Weiss worked as a criminal defense attorney before moving to Los Angeles. In Los Angeles, Weiss worked in the entertainment industry as legal counsel for the Association of Film Commissioners, International and also as a television producer. She decided that her true passion lay in assisting others and returned to school to receive her Masters degree. Since then, there has been no turning back. Since 2001, Janeen has been using her education and skills to help others.
She has been practicing psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, NLP, and other alternative techniques (see Services) Weiss has lectured, appeared on television and radio and has created a series of hypnosis audiotapes that have proven effective for hundreds.
She is the past President of the Los Angeles chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association and current acting President of the San Diego EAPA chapter.
Janeen lives and works in San Diego. She is a counselor and consultant for Sharp Healthcare EAP. Prior to moving to San Diego, Janeen served as a Director for Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, working with seniors and Holocaust survivors.
Janeen believes that there is no problem without a solution, “There is always some way to heal the wounds, break through and discover your true and best self.”