Educational background: Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology with an Emphasis in Consciousness, Health, and Healing – University of Santa Monica, Santa Monica, CA, 2000.
Carolyn Freyer-Jones, M.A., has been coaching men and women in creating greater success, joy, and fulfillment for over 15 years. Carolyn has supported clients in launching new businesses, strengthening relationships, transforming careers, growing themselves as leaders, and experiencing greater peace and joy. She loves supporting service professionals in growing in their ability to be powerful and effective enrollers—many of whom have experienced results of growing their income two and three times. Her clients include corporate executives, business owners, authors, lawyers, television hosts, salespeople, and more.
Carolyn developed the University of Santa Monica’s Soul‐Centered Professional Coaching Program with Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick, Steve Chandler, Michelle Bauman, and Stephen McGhee, and is one of the lead faculty members for the Program.
Carolyn also co‐facilitated a series of women’s coaching groups—“Self‐Mastery for Women: Co‐Creating an Inspiring Life” and “Self‐Mastery for Professional Women”—as well as weekend intensives. She developed and led these programs with her business partner and beloved friend, Michelle Bauman, who passed away in December of 2015. Carolyn continues to carry on their work and is currently taking their “Self‐Mastery for Professional Women” work into corporate settings. She often shares about Michelle’s life, her exampleship, and their connection as a source of ongoing inspiration.
Carolyn graduated with a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology in 1998 from the University of Santa Monica and considers the Principles and Practices of Spiritual Psychology to be the foundation and springboard for her work in the world as well as her personal life. She and her husband, John Jones (also a USM graduate), have been married for over 20 years and have a daughter, Lucinda, who brings them great joy and gives them many opportunities for using their USM education.