THE JANE DOE PROJECT
JENNIFER ALVARADO of The Jane Doe Project is a multifaceted intuitive healer. She served in the armed forces and is now using her artisan gifts to help others. Jennifer utilizes painting, jewelry making, and arts and crafts as forms of therapy. She has a passion for healing trauma and sharing the tools she’s acquired along her journey.
Jennifer suffered from military trauma/sexual trauma for years. Struggling to find peace, she found solace and comfort in sound healing. It was so effective, and she reaped such a positive healing response, she earned her practitioner's certification in sound healing and sound therapy. Jennifer uses her quartz and Tibetan singing bowls to help clients cleanse their chakras, release lower vibrational energy and assists her clients in achieving a calm, meditative flow state.
She is also a newly appointed member and on the Board of Directors for a Veterans non-profit organization called Vetmoto. Vetmoto is an organization aimed to help Veterans with PTSD, as well as youths who have been bullied. They are helping this demographic using motorcycles. Adam Cramer opened his motorcycle shop to help veterans and teens. Adam and his crew teach them how to build motorcycles, race, and brings comradery back to those who feel it’s been lost. He is helping Vets heal Vets as well as leading by example for those who struggle young.
Jennifer has a passion for not only healing her own trauma, but helping others do the same. She is currently selling artwork, as well as offering group or individual sound healing and sound therapy sessions.