How far in advance do I need to book Dr. Jantz for my event?
We would prefer as much notice as possible in order to secure your date and adequately prepare for your event. Please contact Beth Chapman to discuss Dr. Jantz’s availability (email@example.com
or 1-800-492-3910). If you have a short notice opportunity, we will do our best to accommodate your event.
What are Dr. Jantz’s speaking fees?
Non Profit: $5,000
Half Day: $8,500
Full Day: $10,000
What are Dr. Jantz’s travel requirements when booked for a speaking engagement?
Dr. Jantz requires round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, meals and ground transportation.
What city does Dr. Jantz fly out of?
Dr. Jantz flies out of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Is Dr. Jantz available for television and radio interviews?
Yes, Dr. Jantz frequently appears on television and participates in radio interviews. He has been featured on CNN, Fox Business News, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, Miracle Network in Canada, Oprah Radio, and the Gayle King Show among others.
Can Dr. Jantz’s books be available for purchase at my event?
Yes, we can ship books to your event. We will also work with you to provide a special book discount for people attending your event.
Is Dr. Jantz available for book signings?
Yes, Dr. Jantz enjoys connecting with the audience after his speaking event and is available to autograph copies of his books.
Can Dr. Jantz run workshops or interactive presentations?
Yes, in addition to keynote speaking events, Dr. Jantz is available to participate in panel discussions and to lead engaging workshops to help the audience delve deeper into his areas of expertise.
Can Dr. Jantz customize his presentation to fit the needs of our event?
Yes, Dr. Jantz frequently adapts his speeches and workshops to fit your specific needs. We work with you to tailor a message that will positively impact and resonate with your audience.
Can we film Dr. Jantz speaking and have access to his presentation slides after the event?
Yes, Dr. Jantz can be recorded speaking at your event. When applicable, we request a copy of all photography of Dr. Jantz for our records and use. Dr. Jantz is also willing to provide a copy of his presentation to all interested audience members.
What is Dr. Jantz’s cancellation policy?
Dr. Jantz requires two weeks cancellation notice prior to the scheduled event. If the event is cancelled outside of these two weeks, Dr. Jantz will only charge for non-refundable, incurred travel costs.
What is Dr. Jantz’s speaking style and approach?
Dr. Jantz provides a voice of hope. His sensitive, humorous, authoritative, and down-to-earth style informs and inspires. His life-affirming message gives individuals and corporate clients a changed perspective and the tools to fine-tune today’s most challenging issues. Gregory Jantz is that rare presenter who keeps his audience spell-bound, speaking with the effortless grace of a true healer, and the warmth, wit, and wisdom of a natural-born storyteller.
What types of issues does The Center • A Place of HOPE treat?
The Center • A Place of HOPE—recently recognized as the #1 Clinic in the United States For The Treatment of Depression—is a highly-regarded mental health and chemical dependency treatment facility that focuses on issues of depression, emotional abuse, eating disorders, weight loss, burnout, and sexual boundaries.
Where is The Center • A Place of HOPE located?
The Center • A Place of HOPE is located in the town of Edmonds, Washington, which is a short 20 minute drive north of Seattle.
Where can I learn more about Dr. Jantz and see his work?
In addition to his personal website, Dr. Jantz is the founder of The Center • A Place of HOPE. He is a bestselling author of 28 books, and frequently writes for the Huffington Post and Psychology Today. Dr. Jantz also has an active YouTube channel that archives his past television and speaking engagements, and hosts a weekly radio show called Overcoming with Dr. Jantz.
What is “whole-person” care?
Dr. Jantz is a pioneer and champion of the “whole-person” treatment approach. He believes that every human being is a constellation of emotional, physical, intellectual, relational, and spiritual dimensions operating within the context of circumstance. By addressing and engaging each element, the entire person can emerge as a whole and healed human being.
How does Dr. Jantz’s approach and expertise differ from other psychologists?
Nearly 30 years ago, Dr. Jantz began his career as an eating disorder specialist, but quickly realized treatment options were often insular and disjointed. Instead of settling for fractured care, Dr. Jantz helped develop a comprehensive, coordinated care approach, which he refers to as “whole-person care.”