Dr. Lahab Al-Samarrai
Dr. Lahab Al-Samarrai is a licensed clinical psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree clinical psychology and PhD in clinical psychotherapy with a sub-specialty in child and adolescent psychotherapy. He has been practicing for over twenty-one years in residential, 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, as well as lecturing and providing clinical supervision to new professionals.
Dr. Lahab serves as the Founder and Director of the Institute for Conflict, United States. The Institute For Conflict is focused on the healthy emotional and psychological development and treatment of the whole person. The IFC has a weekly Podcast called The IFC Individuation Podcast where topics on depth psychology and treatment are covered. The IFC is also consulting, teaching, and providing clinical interventions and we host an annual international conference. This year our 3rd annual conference is titled One World Theory: Reunification of the Opposites Unus Mundus (The Unified Cosmos) & The Inception of JAMP©. The IFC works on successful conflict resolution strategies at home, in schools, in hospitals, and companies around the world.
Dr. Lahab developed a propriety trauma treatment named Jungian Advance Motor Processing© (JAMP©). The IFC’s JAMP© treatment is revolutionary in the treatment of trauma, complex trauma, and complex PTSD. We at the Institute For Conflict have trained and certified 114 JAMP© Transformational Coaches to date.
The IFC in the US is a sister Institute of successful Zurich-based organization (), focused on teaching, clinical interventions, and international conferences about successful conflict resolution strategies in schools, hospitals, and companies.
Dr. Lahab has attended and presented at several international conferences on clinical psychology and on conflict in North America and in Western Europe, and has lived in and visited several countries in the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa. He is versatile, bilingual (in Arabic and English), and has been studying and exploring psychology, philosophy, political science, and multicultural issues for the past 28 years.
Dr. Lahab is the past President of Washington Counseling Association
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.
Director of Administration
Dr. Eric S. Tomlinson M.S., Ph.D. has earned a Doctorate in Psychology. He spent 30 years in therapeutic services and has received the 2014 Paul E. Hoffner Outstanding Service Award and the 2015 Chicago Campus Faculty of the Year award. He served as the Director of the College of Social Sciences for the Chicago Campus, University of Phoenix.
He has earned five different certificates in children and adolescent functioning, assessment, and training, and served as a university intern supervisor for the campuses of the University of Chicago, the Jane Adams school of Social Work, Loyola University and the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, as well as developing their training curriculum.
Dr. Eric Tomlinson
JAMP© Transformational Coach
James Malamas is a 2021 graduate from Arizona State University. He got his bachelors in Sports Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
He also received a minor in Business. James started with the IFC in 2020 and continues to help produce the IFC’s Individuation Podcast.
I support individuals who desire to make a transformational change in their lives toward freedom. I believe that within us is the strength and grace to release ourselves from whatever roadblock has presented or presents before us.
My mission, as your transformational coach, is to provide a safe and powerful platform of self discovery, movement and release so you can embrace yourself, wholly, and live a life of possibility.