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Your deepest pain is guiding you towards your greatest transformation.

If you have experienced extreme ups and downs, deep depression, anxiety, somatic issues, big overwhelming feelings and extreme states, you may have been told you are “crazy”, “ill” or “broken”. I believe that none of these emotions are symptoms of a disease, but rather important signals guiding us to our greatest potential.  The reality is that most of us are survivors of trauma and adversity, sensitive spiritual beings, and people who are courageous enough to feel and explore the roots of our pain rather than ignoring it.

Healing requires our full participation, a deep personal revolution of body, mind, and soul.

And you don’t have to do it alone.


Jazmine Russell

Holistic Counselor, Peer Specialist, Mental Health Educator, Herbalist, Co-Founder of The Institute for the Development of Human Arts

Dedicated to helping you find wisdom in your pain and the tenacity to heal.



Listening To
The Heart

A daily meditation for clarity, self-compassion and emotional healing

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1:1 Holistic Support


emotional, physical & spiritual healing

We are multi-dimentional beings and we need practices that are as dynamic as we are.

I know how hard it is to find the right kind of support. It’s brave and vulnerable to put yourself out there to find what you need. It can also be exhausting to spend the time, money, and emotional energy on the wrong person. I want to make it really easy for you to know 100% whether this is the right choice for you.


Book A Free Intro Call:

  • Get an introduction to holistic counseling

  • A chance to ask any questions or address concerns

  • Clarify your needs, goals, and desires

  • Get recommendations & resources

  • You decide what’s right for you with no pressure to work together. I will always be honest with you and do my best to point you in the right direction if I’m not the right person to support you.

Jazmine is extremely accepting, open, and loving in her approach, which includes embodied movement, dialogue, herbalism, spiritual concepts, and community building. She has much respect for the wide range of cultural contexts in which people understand their experiences and brings harmony and understanding to group dynamics.
— Sera, T.