Jaclyn Kelly Long
Jaclyn Long, MFT graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University in 1998 with a degree in Psychology and a specialization in Neuroscience, and went on to receive her Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Psychology in 2003 and in Counseling Psychology in 2004. She has been teaching yoga and mindfulness meditation since 2001 and has been offering counseling services since 2003. In 2014, Jaclyn became Founder & Director of Mind Body Moms, which provides mindfulness-based wellness programs and international retreats. From the beaches of Bali, to the jungles of Costa Rica, to the heart of Hawaii, Jaclyn has been facilitating international yoga and mindfulness retreats since 2004. She cares deeply about helping people to cultivate a more compassionate relationship with the unique unfolding of their internal experiences, including thoughts, feelings and sensations.
In 2019, Jaclyn founded Mindful Child & Family Therapy, Inc to promote mental health and interpersonal wellness. She directs a team of wonderful, wise and caring marriage & family therapists who work together to provide mental health services in the community.
Jaclyn is also a mom. She draws from the stress-reduction practices that she teaches to sustain, ground and resource herself as a mom. She makes a living offering therapy, facilitating moms groups, leading international retreats and directing two organizations. She makes a life by hanging out with her husband and son, walking on the beach, surfing and practicing yoga and mindfulness. Jaclyn is on a mission to support people on their journey of wellness, and is passionate about introducing people to yoga, mindfulness meditation and self-compassion practices.
Jalene Nardella Salus, LMFT, HHC
Marriage & Family Therapist and Integrative Health Coach
Jalene is a Certified Holistic Health & Nutrition Counselor as well as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is also a mindfulness instructor, parent educator and mother. She is passionate about inspiring others to live healthy, authentic, and dynamic lives that reflect their greatest potential. She helps people make lifestyle choices that transform their families, communities, and the world.
Jalene offers holistic nutrition counseling and individual, couple, & family therapy. She also leads workshops and retreats on integrative health topics, provides wellness consulting, mindfulness instruction, parenting education and coaching. Above all, you will sense her deep listening with a pure belief in people, and her presence with others in a sacred and honoring manner.
Danielle P. Seybold
Danielle Seybold is a psychotherapist (Associate Marriage and Family Therapist), registered yoga teacher, certified parent educator, mindfulness coach, and mother. She is trained by Mindful Schools and delivers their curriculum in classrooms in the SF Bay Area. Danielle counsels adults and teens on issues including stress, self esteem, perfectionism, relationships, and anxiety at the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, CA. She draws on Cognitive Behavioral Therapies as well as Mindfulness and Body-Based Psychotherapy when working with adults and teens.
Andrea Throndson began her interest in grief counseling when she was Manager of the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford. She went on to become Community Connections Developer at Abilities United and currently works with families who are dealing with a disability in their family. She received her Masters of Counseling Psychology in June 2012 and worked as a grief therapist at Kara in Palo Alto for four and a half years. Currently Andrea also works at CHAC in Mountain View, with the Addictions Institute in Palo Alto and in Private Pracitce. She has been teaching yoga in the Bay Area since 1999 and is founder of “Everyone’s Yoga” a program designed to bring yoga to all levels and abilities.