~ Sacred Path ~
Holistic Counseling & Wellness
As we gain clarity about our soul's purposes and intentions, we next become curious about how it is that we can deliver our gifts to the world.
Sacred Path is a counseling center that is founded on the basis that each of us has a purpose and the notion that this purpose is what makes each of our paths Sacred. We believe in wellness for the mind, body, and soul and we believe that each individual has everything they need to heal within themselves. Our purpose, as the therapists of Sacred Path, is to help you uncover or recover your true self as you heal through current and past challenges. We remain open to the idea that in doing this inner work, you may discover your own unique spirituality.
At Sacred Path, we provide professional and affordable counseling. Our intention is to eventually provide adjunct services as well such as hypnotherapy, meditation, yoga, and body work. Whatever you are going through, whatever path you have traveled, we are here to assist you on your journey.
Hi, I'm Jackie. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist with an emphasis in depth psychology. I am passionate about serving others and holding great empathy for those who embark on a healing journey. I believe therapy is a collaborative process and works to create space where all parts of you are welcome. As you share your story, I offer a desire to understand your experiences on a deeper level, insights into themes, details, and engagement with the body. I believe the answers you need are within you and that my job is to facilitate your process in uncovering them. I am continually humbled by the human spirit and its ability to seek integration and healing and I believe therapy can be one of the most powerful practices available to create transformations from the inside out. As a depth psychotherapist, I am moved by the deep beauty of soul and would feel honored to walk with you on your healing journey.
I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I hold a master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and am currently earning hours toward licensure. I work with a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and participate in several hours of supervision each week.
Beyond my degree, I have found in every position prior to this, from being a teacher and translator to working in the tech industry, that I am drawn to people and am able to create meaningful relationships from the connections I make. It is this relationship that has been found to be the most beneficial to positive outcomes in therapy. I do my best to create the space my clients need to express their struggle in their own words. I walk through their struggle with them, providing support, tools and techniques to cope and heal. My greatest joy is to see clients come out on the other side of that struggle and find the life they've been hoping for for so long.
I am often humbled and always honored to be invited on this journey with my clients, whether they be individuals or couples.
Hello, I am Matthew Dean. Life can be challenging and sometimes it’s difficult to ask for assistance. Whatever your experience, you can heal your life. I am here to help. I work intuitively as a therapist pulling from many places. How I work with each person is often quite unique. In that spirit, know that — together — we will collaboratively tailor your healing to whatever you desire, and commit, to change.
I feel much compassion for the wounded parts of self. I will not make you bad or wrong for any feelings or actions you’ve taken in life. My philosophy is: unconditional love is the most powerful healing energy available. My intention is to bring compassion and unconditional love to our healing journey together.
I work with individual adults and teenagers on a variety of issues. I base much of what I offer on my own journey and what I have healed or progressed significantly in healing.
Some of these areas include:
The Art of Restoring Joy.
The Courage to Face Fear & Be Yourself.
Individualized Tools for Stability, Balance, and Enjoying Life.
Religious Indoctrination and Spirituality as a Whole.
Finding and Living your Passion.
Healing Parental Relationships.
Transforming Grief to Love.
Creating & Maintaining a Loving Relationship with Yourself.
Creating & Maintaining a Loving Partnership.
I look forward to the possibility of working together. My love and light are with you on the journey home to the heart.
My name is Lindsey Geibel and I am currently a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee. I have experience in working with children, youth, families, couples, and individuals. I believe in the healing power of therapy and have found my own journey through the healing arts to be beneficial to every aspect of my being. My education and career experience have landed me here with Sacred Path, where I continue my journey in supporting clients to find empowerment, grounding, healing, and wholeness within their lives. I work from a person-centered approach, which focuses on meeting clients where they are and supporting their exploration of goals leading them to where they want to go, and finding their more integrated selves.
I bring to this work a deep belief in the strength and resiliency of the human spirit. As a therapist, I offer a warm, empathic presence to my clients as we create a safe container within which to explore trauma, confusion, grief, or just a general pervasive sense of discomfort with life as it is. As we bring attention, care, and insight to that which lies beneath any suffering you may be experiencing, we allow for the possibility of deep inner healing and growth. The integration of mind, body, and soul offers a way through pain, a way forward. It would be my honor to accompany you on your journey towards greater ease, inner peace, and transformation.
My experience is drawn from many years in the healing arts as a Lomi body worker, massage therapist, yoga teacher, and life coach. I have also been a teacher and a small business owner, and I received my undergraduate BA in Women’s Studies from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. I am currently in the Counseling MA Degree program at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA, studying counseling through a depth psychotherapy lens. I have found my home in this work, and I would love to be able to meet you, right where you are.
“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.”
No matter the person, we all have challenges in this life to varying degrees. It is my heart-felt desire to be there to walk alongside my clients as they use their strengths and resources to move beyond these troubling times. I believe it is through our darkest times that we may use our broken-places to begin a transformation process to move into living our most authentic life. I am calm, humble, honest, genuine, quiet, compassionate, and authentic. I offer a safe, non-blaming, non-judgmental space for my clients. I am dedicated to act as a listener, guide, teacher, supporter, and encourager as my clients find solutions, meaning, healing, and nourishment.
I have been described as comfortable, quiet, compassionate.
I bring many years of experience as a psychotherapist and educator to serve my clients. I have been practicing as an art therapist for over 12 years and educator for over 16. Through the years, I have worked with young children to elderly adults. I have worked with people suffering from severe difficulties to those wanting simply to improve themselves. I have experience working with individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you think my skills would be an asset to your mental health journey.
As a student of Pacifica Graduate Institute Jane will graduate with an M.A. in Counseling Psychology in the spring of 2021. She received her B.A. in Multicultural Studies in the Arts from Bard College in Annandale, NY (1999) and an M.A. in Scenography from Central St. Martin's in London, England (2005). Her work is psychoanalytically oriented and embraces psychodynamics as well as mindfulness practices. Her background in art and theater inform her use of image, metaphor and active imagination in therapy. She is a long time meditator and makes art and therapeutic lighting in her free time.
If you found yourself deep in
a jungle at twilight and completely lost, with no compass or direction, you might become frightened and anxious but if you met an experienced guide with tools and confidence, you would likely relax a bit and be able to focus on the task at hand and maybe even enjoy the journey.
As an MFT/PCC trainee and an Emotional Freedom Techniques practitioner with several years of experience, I feel like a confident guide who is able to support and encourage others to find
their way down a challenging path. Clinical EFT tapping has a track record for helping people mitigate anxiety, trauma, and the old emotional wounds of the past so they can feel lighter, freer, and more peaceful and clear, with greater optimism for navigating the road