Transpersonal psychology is not often explored within conventional undergraduate and graduate psychology degree programs due to its nontraditional approach to studying the mind and behavior. However, increasing interest within the wilderness/spiritually-based discipline has served a growing number of individuals who strive to discover a deeper and richer understanding of the human spirit and realize their fullest potential.
I am currently completing my Master's Degree in Transpersonal Psychology at Naropa University. My concentration is in Wilderness Therapy, and I hope to continue my career in this particular field of treatment and programming. My objective is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for my clients and to encourage them to grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually through self exploration and discovery. I have found my own personal healing to be intimately connected to spending time in the wilderness, and it is there that I believe that we all can begin to ground and rediscover our intrinsic beauty.