DJ Horn​ is committed to walking the same path of curiosity, authenticity and mindfulness in which she invites all clients and students to join. She is a dynamic mixed-arts therapist delicately weaving together the art and science of Physical Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and professional counseling to meet the unique needs of her clients. DJ received her degree in Physical Therapy from University of Connecticut, is certified in Craniosacral Therapy from the Upledger Institute and received her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Central Connecticut State University. DJ has lead and assisted many trainings that encourage self-reflection, mindfulness and living authentically.​ ​She was recently accepted into The Daring Way Certification training featuring the work and teachings of Berne Brown. For more information, visit

Kathleen Wawrzyniak Webb, PsyD ​is a parent and licensed clinical psychologist with over 15 years experience working with children, teens, adults, and families. She has provided workshops, psychotherapy, and assessment services across many settings including long-term inpatient, in-home crisis, outpatient community clinics, and private practice. Her personal journey in mindful and healthy living works in tandem with guiding individuals in the Where am I? experience. Greater Hartford Wellness, LLC is her emotional wellness center which aims to support individuals to live authentically through embracing self-acceptance, utilizing strengths, and nourishing dreams. For more information go to

Sharon Archer Smith​ is a Kripalu yoga instructor and teaches several classes a week in Central Connecticut. She is especially influenced by Kripalu’s emphasis on compassion and self-observation without judgement. Sharon began teaching yoga upon retirement from a long corporate career which included facilitation of workshops in strategy development, problem solving, and system design. She sings in a kirtan band and writes poetry. “Yoga has helped me find the pure pleasure in being alive on this planet.”