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Part 2: CUTV News Radio welcomes back Janet G. Nestor of Center of Wellbeing

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Hampstead, NC – Janet G. Nestor is an author and speaker specializing in stress and anxiety management. Janet has written three books on the subject – Nurturing Wellness Through Radical Self Care: A Living in Balance Guide and WorkbookPathways to Wholeness; and Embracing Your Joy.

Janet is also a diagnostic prescriptive educator and licensed professional counselor and diplomate in comprehensive energy psychology. She is the co-developer of Radiant Energies Balance, a mindfulness-based energy psychology technique that encourages nervous system balance and assists individuals with chronic illness and injuries to regain the ability to move forward in their lives.

Janet has been in private practice since 1999, working with individuals and groups on personal empowerment and positive living.

Janet Nestor is a licensed professional counselor specializing in holistic mental health and founder of the Center of Wellbeing.

“Holistic therapists focus on the whole person, not just their diagnosis,” says Nestor. “Traditional therapy is cognitive in nature or analytic or insightful in nature. It helps people work through their issues, but it never helps them get these issues out of their body for good.”

“If someone's experienced a trauma, their whole biochemistry has been altered from their emotional stress,” explains Nestor. “With a holistic therapist the intention is to reduce the stress level before you get to the hard stuff. We work with limiting beliefs, positive thoughts, eliminating objections to healing and self-sabotaging behaviors. This begins the process of creating a good neurochemical balance.”

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