Joi Campbell is a Mental Health Counselor from Queens, NY. She is a certified NUSHU Group Facilitator and Mentor with a passion for being of service to others and group work.
She brings over 13 years of culturally informed therapeutic experience in individual, group and family therapy. She has specialized training in following modalities: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavioral Intervention, Family, Individual and Group Therapy.
In addition, Joi designs and implements clinical programming to meet the social emotional needs of Scholars in Non-For-Profit settings. She holds her BA in Psychology, and her MS in Mental Health Counseling from Pace University.
Michele Walter is the owner and founder of Life From The Summit, Mindfulness and Coaching. Michele masterfully combines the art of asking empowering questions with the ancient teachings of mindfulness meditation to support lawyers and athletes down a path of mindful resilience, where they can reclaim their power, own their potential, and reinvent their lives.
As a 3-time Ironman, 20-year litigator with the federal government, avid mountaineer, devoted dog mom, and new solo entrepreneur at the age of 48, Michele is committed to breaking down limiting beliefs and perceptions. Michele is an Associate Certified Coach (through the International Coach Federation), a Certified Professional Coach (through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching), Energy LeadershipTM Index Master Practitioner, and certified Mindful Meditation Facilitator. She became a certified NUSHU Group Facilitator in Fall of 2020, which allows her to hold spaces of co-healing for women to give a voice to what is on their hearts and minds.
Susan is a Certified NUSHU Group Facilitator and NUSHU Mentor. Witnessing NUSHU participants feel the power of speaking their truth into a circle of love and compassion is a continual motivator for her facilitation and mentorship.
As a retired engineer, she is glad NUSHU gives her the opportunity to hone and use her heart-based skills after decades of her mind being in charge. Susan also serves on two nonprofit boards, writes poetry and creative nonfiction, and quilts. Her favorite activity is visiting her four grown children and their families. She lives in rural Maine with her husband.