Kasey Crown, MA, LMFT, is a transpersonal psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, consultant, wellness educator, and activist. Her work challenges old mental health paradigms and suggests instead that true well-being lies in our ability to balance scientific and spiritual perspectives. For more than a decade, she has served as a facilitator of the healing process for adult individuals, couples, and groups, working to upend trauma, transform emotional injury, repair relationships, and unlock vital wisdom to connect people with who they truly are. Crown holds an undergraduate degree in philosophy from the University of San Diego and a master’s degree in spiritual and counseling psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She has completed postgraduate advanced clinical trainings in relational studies, interpersonal neurobiology, culturally competent trauma-informed care, and harm reduction, and is a California-licensed marriage and family therapist, trauma educator, and embodied mindfulness facilitator. Crown is a 2020 to 2022 Garrison Institute Fellow, working with a diverse cohort of scholars, artists, and activists to blaze a new trail in the field of collective healing, drawing upon and engaging with the science of interconnection, generative action, and awareness-based contemplative wisdom. To learn more about Crown, visit www.kaseycrown.com.
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