This is the official list of JAMP® Transformational Coaches. If an individual lists themselves as a JAMP Transformational Coach, but is not included on this list, they are not a certified JAMP Transformational Coach.

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Dr. Karen Appel

Executive Business Partner, JAMP Transformational Coach

Dr. Karen Appel is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor who loves to help people become the strongest versions of themselves.

A graduate of Bastyr University, Dr. Appel is also a 14-year veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard and holds an MBA from the University of Washington Foster School of Business. As a naturopathic doctor, she addresses the whole person, with individualized care plans focused on treating the cause of illness, with an emphasis on patient education.

Dr. Appel offers wellness programs that integrate with and complement primary care to help each individual take charge of their health once and for all. She uses a wide range of natural and conventional therapies to support patients ability to achieve their individual goals.

Before becoming a naturopathic doctor, Dr. Appel spent several years as a Crossfit Level 1 trainer and nutrition counselor in addition to her full time military career. She has competed in local weightlifting events, practices yoga, and is a strong believer in the power of meditation. To recharge, Dr. Appel loves traveling to tropical destinations to soak up the sun and scuba dive. During shorter breaks, you can find her day hiking, cooking delicious meals, and playing with three rambunctious cats.

Kindee Dixon

JAMP Transformational Coach

Kindee Dixon is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over ten years of coaching experience. She currently practices in Salt Lake City, UT and specializes in parts work, trauma, and mind/body healing. Kindee holds Masters Degrees in Health Sciences and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, is a Certified JAMP Transformational Coach and enjoys helping people return to their true selves through the work she does.

In her spare time, Kindee enjoys traveling, volunteering with her nonprofit in Africa building schools and water wells, and spending time with her husband and three children.

Virginia (Gigi) Alcalde

JAMP Transformational Coach

Gigi (MA, LMHCA, RDN, CD) is a registered dietitian nutritionist, therapist, yoga and mindfulness teacher, and JAMP coach. From an early age she became very curious about the nature of the human condition and fascinated by the mind-body-spirit connection. Gigi’s formal education includes earning a Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics and nutrition from Florida International University, completing a dietetic internship, and a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology at Bastyr University in 2021. During her master’s degree, Gigi trained in Jungian Advanced Motor Processing (JAMP) under the guidance of Dr. Lahab Al-Samarrai. Gigi has also completed multiple yoga teacher trainings in mindfulness, meditation, and in hatha and vinyasa styles of yoga.

Gigi works in her private practice, Embody Nutrition & Integrative Therapies, based in Seattle, Washington which provides services in-person and through telehealth. Her practice offers nutrition counseling, medical nutrition therapy, mental health counseling, embodiment, and mindfulness practices, and JAMP therapy. Gigi specializes in disorder eating, eating disorders, food behavior, and body image and works with both adolescents and adults.

Gigi originally from Venezuela, is bilingual and offers therapies in Spanish and English.

Dr. Lisa Hong

Consultant, JAMP Transformational Coach

I support individuals who desire to make a transformational change in their lives toward freedom. I believe that within us is the strength and grace to release ourselves from whatever roadblock has presented or presents before us.

My mission, as your transformational coach, is to provide a safe and powerful platform of self discovery, movement and release so you can embrace yourself, wholly, and live a life of possibility.

Dr. Eric Tomlinson

Research Lead, JAMP Transformational Coach

Dr. Eric S. Tomlinson M.S., Ph.D has earned a Doctorate in Psychology. He spent 30 years in therapeutic services and has received the 2014 Paul E. Hoffner Outstanding Service Award and the 2015 Chicago Campus Faculty of the Year award. He served as the Director of the College of Social Sciences for the Chicago Campus, University of Phoenix.

He has earned five different certificates in children and adolescent functioning, assessment, and training, and served as a university intern supervisor for the campuses of the University of Chicago, the Jane Adams school of Social Work, Loyola University and the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, as well as developing their training curriculum.

Marti Murphy

EFT Professional and Author, JAMP Transformational Coach

Marti Murphy is an Emotional Fitness Coach, Certified EFT Practitioner, and Psychosomatics Practitioner (Body/Mind Connection). Marti has been a life-long spiritual junkie, but nothing worked until she identified her forbidden emotions.

She was exhausting herself “trying” to think positive, under highly stressful financial circumstances, and it wasn’t working. When she gave up “trying” to change, she accessed her forbidden emotions. Forbidden emotions that were attached to her most negative thoughts.

As she gave these emotions full expression, she felt better without “trying” to think positive, and her life changed for the better.

She now specializes in helping her clients resolve conflicts in their personal and business lives, opening their eyes to their forbidden emotions. This helps allow guidance and direction to come through, creating inspired action. As this happens, life unfolds with more grace and ease.

Madeleine Turner

JAMP Transformational Coach

Madeleine received her B.A. in Sociology with a minor in Psychology from Central Washington University in 2016. After working at an alternative medicine clinic for over two years, she felt the call to attend graduate school and pursue a Master’s degree in Psychology. Madeleine graduated with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Bastyr University in 2021. She plans to use this knowledge and training to further help the human community find peace and healing within themselves. Madeleine believes in the innate ability for individuals to help and heal themselves and sees herself as a guide to assist in this process. She takes a person-centered approach to her care, recognizing and acknowledging the uniqueness of each individual.

In her personal time, Madeleine loves tending to her houseplants, cooking, practicing yoga, dancing, drawing, and spending time with her loved ones. She enjoys spending time in nature, as well as wandering around thrift shops, and going to see live music.

Taylor Barnett

JAMP Transformational Coach

Taylor Barnett has lived and traveled all over the world, as a teacher and therapist. While living in Alaska she gained knowledge of how connection can assist people in their mental, physical, and emotional growth. Working with these students allowed her to connect to not only herself, but others, and laid the foundation for how she wanted to contribute to the rest of the world. She felt drawn to deeply intimate, interpersonal work that occurred with kids, adults, and families, and decided to complete a Masters in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Taylor has worked in domestic violence, foster care, schools, and outpatient treatment centers in both Washington and California.

Currently, Taylor works as a Certified Coach and Psychotherapist. At her practice, she offers Conscious Breathwork, Jungian Advanced Motor Processing, and integrates Somatic psychology and Mindfulness into her clinical work. Taylor is a responsive, reflexive, and embodied counselor that allows for the performative aspect of the body to enter the therapeutic space.

Her mission is to light a spark in the souls of those she works with. This spark guides them back to their truth, warms their heart in love, and energizes their body so they can continue to pass on the spark to others.

“The divine spark within me honors the divine spark within you.”

Laura Cotton

Naturopathic Doctor, JAMP Transformational Coach

I earned my doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University specializing in nutritional therapies. In addition, I completed a Master’s in Public Health with a thesis project in molecular epidemiology from Simon Fraser University and an undergraduate degree in Microbiology and Immunology from the University of British Columbia. I also have training in whole foods nutrition, yoga, botanicals, gemmo therapy, homeopathy, IV therapy, craniosacral and visceral manipulation.

Prior to pursuing a career in holistic healthcare, I worked in biomedical and socio-behavioural research and spent a significant amount of time in South Africa. After graduating from Bastyr University, I worked at Advanced Medical Therapies in Seattle under the mentorship of Dr. Paul Anderson developing comprehensive nutritional programs to support in the treatment of complex chronic illness.

My clinical specialties are nutritional wellbeing, nutrient deficiencies, therapeutic nutrition, stress, anxiety, sleep support, women’s health (including menstrual cycle wellness, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, PMS, fibroids, PCOS, infertility, & menopause), hormone support, endocrine dysfunction, acne, digestive disorders, cardiovascular disease, blood sugar imbalances, diabetes, and general wellbeing.

Dr. Therese Santana, ND, MHA

JAMP Transformational Coach

Dr. Therese Santana, ND, MHA is a graduate of the Naturopathic medicine program at Bastyr University in Kenmore Washington. She completed the AHEC WWAMI Scholar 2-year certificate program through the University of Washington College of Medicine rural medicine program. She has advanced training and clinical experience in psychopharmacological approaches, community health, and behavioral medicine. She has been employed with King County’s Behavioral Health Division as part of the pandemic response team since the onset of the pandemic. She is also completing her PhD in Psychology with an emphasis in performance psychology at Grand Canyon University.

Dr. Santana is dedicated to whole-person medicine; rooted in the awareness of the mind-body connection as vital to the healing process. She is driven by a deep sense of pride in serving others, especially those from underserved communities. She has volunteered mental health services at youth and adult family shelters, adult and juvenile detention centers, and numerous free mental health clinics with the NAACP and King County throughout Seattle.

Someone looking for coaching with Dr. Santana can expect a practitioner focused on addressing the root causes of their difficulties. She is dedicated to leading others through the transformative effects of JAMP, individual healing, and a person’s ability to recognize their inner strength and resiliency. In her personal time, Dr. Santana enjoys watching comedy movies and attending her 3 children’s baseball and soccer games. Her children have become a powerful source of motivation and strength to pursue her highest goals.