$33.00

April 6 from 6 to 9 pm

As the season turns to spring and the coming of new life, it’s time to make sure that we are sowing the seeds we actually want to grow and weed out the rest. Join us for this useful workshop where we will lead you through steps to cleanse and clear out your internal and external space:

  • Taking stock- what do you have? What do you need? What can go?
  • Brain dumping- making what’s in your mind more visible so that you can track and interact with it. 
  • Systems creation- choosing something you can reliably use to free up mental space and quality of presence.

Bio: 
Dr. Jessica Plancich Shinners, MA, MFT, Ed.D.

Jessica is a social architect, community builder, and leadership expert who teaches leaders and organizations how to operate at their highest potential and resiliency by truly serving people, planet, purpose, and profit.

With a Master’s in clinical psychology, a doctorate in Organizational Leadership  and 25-year psychotherapy practice, she applies a whole human approach to consulting that nurtures body, mind, and spirit so the wisdom of the heart can be awakened. After years of witnessing the limitations of Western psychology, Jessica sought training in Eastern approaches to healing and wellness. With certifications as a yoga and qigong instructor and massage therapist, she utilizes a holistic and somatic approach to her work.

Her penchant for social entrepreneurialism has led Jessica to consult for nonprofits, grassroots movements, start-ups, major corporations, and their leaders, helping align them with their core values and serve the greater good. As a co-founder of an eco-village in San Diego, CA (theemeraldvillage.com), she is steeped in collaborative thinking and decision making, incorporating what she has lived, learned, and tested herself. The reclamation of our communities at the local level, she believes, is the solution to the panoply of problems we find ourselves in – ecologically, economically, and socio-politically. 

Jessica has had the honor of learning from countless teachers- whether clients, mentors, professors, or guides. She humbly recognizes that so many of the healing traditions she has studied were gifts given from native people with an unencumbered connection to creation. Jessica strives to deeply embody and pay homage to their wisdom by passing it on to her clients.