Carol Jacobs, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 28 years of experience as a psychotherapist. As a faculty member Carol has taught in the Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s trainings both nationally and internationally, including: Global Trauma Relief (Healing the Wounds of War in Macedonia and Kosovo); working with the firefighters and their families following 9/11; CancerGuides® program; and The Mind-Body Medicine Professional Training Programs. In her private practice in Ashland, Virginia, Carol works with individuals as they move toward the integration of mind, body, and soul. Through the experiential opportunities of body movement, dreamwork, writing, meditation, and visualization, she helps individuals gain access to a deeper understanding of themselves and their place in the world, thus providing access to heightened meaning and creativity. Carol also leads Mind-Body groups as well as dream groups; and offers various retreats that provide a broader container for personal growth. Carol is also very active as a trustee with the Marion Woodman Foundation, whose work is informed by Carl Jung and Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman.