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The Changemaker

Jessica Flowers (she/her)


Jessica Flowers is the Founder of A Creative Leap where she facilitates creative responsive approaches to support individuals and organizations. She teaches and presents nationally on arts and creativity, youth development, and trauma-informed care. She lives in Arizona with her sons, husband, and her pup Hopper.

Andi Fetzner, PsyD


Andi Fetzner is a co-founder of Origins Training & Consulting. Her training mantra is, “you don’t have to be a therapist to be therapeutic.” Drawing from her personal and professional background, Andi uses real life examples to explain how this approach can be applied across sectors. She lives in California with her two dogs, Brutus & Princess.


~take care of yourself so you can help take care of others~

with Kamakshi Hart, MA

(The Changemaker will open October 19th.)

A timely program for effective healing, positive change and resilience building in these times of unrest and uncertainty. 2020 has put trauma, and the dire need for all sectors of our society to become trauma-aware, informed and responsive, on the front page. Standing forward as a leader in this movement requires courage, stamina and support to sustain the vision and call to action required of changemakers. 

The Change Maker Bridge Course is a six-module workshop for leaders  who want to strengthen a personal and professional capacity for resilience building. Knowing that all and lasting change starts from within is one of the most important attributes of a true changemaker. This course acts as a bridge between The Basics and The Resilience Champion. Each video module will be its own practicum: one plank on the bridge at a time. Included will be an introduction to the theme (or “plank”), a guided meditation, a written journal process (downloadable pdf) and recommendations for self-care and next steps. You will all gain access to 1:1 coaching (for an additional fee) with Kamakshi Hart, MA.

Module 6: Actualization, “. . . the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming.” -Abraham Maslow

Maslow summarized that self-actualizers have the ability to achieve more frequent moments of joy and tend to be highly creative, autonomous, objective, concerned about humanity, and accepting of themselves and others. Though Actualization is depicted as the apex of the pyramid, it isn’t the end of the journey. It’s actually just the beginning of a new paradigm.

Through the life-changing lens of appreciation and acknowledgment, the goal of this course is experientially revealed. When you and/or the team that you are leading are valuing yourselves for your strengths and intrinsic worth then you will have a true community of human beings who can accomplish pretty much anything they choose to work toward together!