Online Retreat

Changes and Transitions: Finding Clarity and Well-being in Times of Change

Teaching Team

Erin Selover, LMFT
Darren Elms

Darren Elms

Teacher

A lifelong creative, Darren consults with creatives like himself to make skillful changes and be more effective in their unique fields of interest. He serves as editor of Southbay magazine and contributes frequently to other publications. He's a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and currently lives in Pasadena.

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