Born into a family of healers, Harmony started the practice of transcendental meditation at age 6. During this time, she glimpsed her future self and knew that she was here to be a healer, a teacher, and an author. When it came time to choose a major in college, psychology seemed like to only reasonable choice. Wanting to find a way to bridge the progressive healing techniques of her parents with traditional psychology, she chose a graduate program with a strong foundation in social justice and a more holistic lens of clinical psychology.
After 10 years of teaching general psychology, Harmony accepted a position as a Visiting Instructor at Naropa University. She currently teaches transpersonal Gestalt counseling and transformative clinical skills to second year graduate students in the Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling program. Harmony also founded the Institute for Spiritual Alignment where she offers continuing education and training for therapists and coaches who want to bridge the divide between traditional and spiritual transformation.
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