Jungian Advanced Motor Processing© Staff

Dr. Lahab Al-Samarrai is a licensed clinical psychotherapist with a master’s degree clinical psychology and Ph.D. in clinical psychotherapy and a sub-specialty in child and adolescent psychotherapy. He has been practicing for over 19 years in residential settings, clinical settings, schools, universities, and private settings. Dr. Lahab has worked extensively with children, adolescents, and adults, providing individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and group therapy. He also lectures and provides clinical supervision to new professionals.

He is active in research and writing and has a relationship with the Jung Institute and the Institute for Konflict Management and Mythodrama in Zurich. Dr. Lahab is the CEO of the Institute for Conflict in the United States. The Institutes focus is to apply specific techniques for conflict management and conflict resolution that has successfully reduced incidents of bullying and improved conflict resolution challenges in schools, companies, and organizations. He is currently Assistant Professor at Bastyr University, and he has taught seminars in various universities, schools, and social service agencies throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

Dr. Lahab Al-Samarrai, PhD
Psychotherapist
Founder of JAMP© 
Marti Murphy
EFT Professional and Author

Marti Murphy is an Emotional Fitness Coach, Certified EFT Practitioner, and Psychosomatics Practitioner (Body/Mind Connection).
Marti has been a life-long spiritual junkie, but nothing worked until she identified her forbidden emotions.


She was exhausting herself “trying” to think positive, under highly stressful financial circumstances, and it wasn’t working. When she gave up “trying” to change, she accessed her forbidden emotions. Forbidden emotions that were attached to her most negative thoughts.


As she gave these emotions full expression, she felt better without “trying” to think positive, and her life changed for the better.


She now specializes in helping her clients resolve conflicts in their personal and business lives, opening their eyes to their forbidden emotions. This helps allow guidance and direction to come through, creating inspired action. As this happens, life unfolds with more grace and ease.

Emily Clark
Graduate Assistant
JAMP© Transformational Coach

Emily is currently a graduate student in Washington state at Bastyr University studying Naturopathic medicine, Acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Prior to graduate school, Emily graduated from Northern Arizona University with a dual degree in Biology and Modern Languages with an emphasis in German. During her time in Germany while finishing her degree, she immersed herself in the culture. She dabbled in teaching English at elementary level. She worked in the cellular molecular biology department at Max Planck Institute with phototherapy and oncogenes (cancerous DNA) while taking classes at TU Dortmund. In her free time, she visited other countries, during which she found an Inn that was set up as a hospital that sparked an unexpected curiosity. She was drawn to this unfamiliar system; a medicine that was integrative, individualistic, and included all levels (mental, physical and energetic) of the self, and wanted to explore it more. Implementing that into her goals as a physician, she now finds her interests lie in chronic diseases, pain management and mind-body medicine.  Other things that inhabit Emily’s time include reading science fiction, planning trips to new places, attempting to grow a green thumb for her tiny medicinal garden, and spending time with family. 

Karen Appel
Graduate Assistant
JAMP© Transformational Coach

Karen is a naturopathic medical student at Bastyr University. Before seeking a career in natural medicine, Karen served 14 years in the United States Coast Guard (USCG) including earning her BS in Electrical Engineering at the USCG Academy. Also while serving as an officer, she earned her MBA from the University of Washington Foster School of Business. She completed her military career as a Certified Public Accountant and Budget Officer for USCG operations in the Pacific Northwest. Passionate about empowering people to take charge of their health, Karen also worked as a Crossfit Level 1 trainer and nutrition counselor for her neighborhood gym. She has competed in local weightlifting events, practices yoga, and is a strong believer in the power of meditation. To recharge Karen loves traveling to tropical destinations to soak up the sun and scuba dive. During shorter breaks, you can find her day hiking, cooking delicious meals, and playing with three rambunctious cats. 

Bailey graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Colorado State University in 2019, and has been pursuing her passion for human psychology since.

 

She began volunteering at Loving Thunder Therapeutic Riding Center in January of 2020 to combine her love for horses and interest in therapy, and it’s here that she uses what she has learned to assist special needs riders and veterans with their therapeutic lessons, and works with the lesson coordinator to tailor each lesson to each rider’s needs.

 

She is the editor and co-author of two books on Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), and is now working towards her goal of becoming a certified JAMP© Transformational Coach.

Bailey Samples
Assistant Manager
Dr. Eric Tomlinson
Research Specialist