Jacquelyn Small is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in Clinical Social Work, Psychology, and Applied Music. She leads workshops and lectures throughout the United States on psychospiritual approaches to healing andaddiction. She is a pioneer in the fields of human consciousness and new-paradigm psychology and has written eight books on personal transformation, including the classics Becoming Naturally Therapeutic and Awakening in Time.
Jacquelyn is the former Director of Clinical Training for The Texas Commission on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and has served on the external faculty of the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in Stanford, California.
Her nonprofit service organization, Eupsychia Institute, is a national healing and training center dedicated to bridging traditional and transformational psychologies. Eupsychia Institute certifies students in Soul-Based Psychology and Integrative Breathwork. For more information on Jacquelyn’s workshops, healing retreats and certification program, visit her web site, www.eupsychia.com.