Flynn JohnsonFlynn Johnson, M.A., LCMHC  

As both a wilderness vision quest guide and counselor for over twenty years, my work has been to help people negotiate important life transitions and to create a context for inner transformation.  My soul-centric approach draws on many streams of influence, including Jungian/archetypal psychology, dreamwork, body-centered psychotherapy, presence-centered psychotherapy (mindfulness), ecopsychology, self-created ritual, grief counseling, and Incan energy healing techniques.

Jill Neitlich, LICSW

Jill has been a psychotherapist for many years and co-leading Vision Quests with her husband Flynn since 1998. In her work, Jill draws on her background in psychology, ecopsychology, Core Energetics, and meditation.  She is a certified EMDR practitioner, Kripalu Yoga teacher, Trauma-sensitive Yoga practitioner, Therapeutic Breathworker, and  certified in Internal Family Systems.  Her approach to healing is to foster full embodiment by restoring safety to the body, celebrating the body through singing, movement, and drumming, and connecting deeply with the Earth.  She believes that as we change the rhythms of our lives, we nourish ourselves and restore a natural sense of balance, ease, and harmony.  You can visit Jill’s website at www.mind-bodyharmony.net.