Meet Our Team


Brooke is the founder and clinical director of My LA Therapy, a concierge, integrative therapy practice located in LA, where she leads a team of approximately 15 therapists and mental-health informed wellness professionals. 

Brooke Sprowl

Entrepreneur, Author, & Clinical Psychotherapist

With 15 years of experience as a clinical psychotherapist, Brooke Sprowl has dedicated her life to understanding what lies at the heart of psychological and spiritual transformation. 
Integrating evidence-based therapeutic modalities with flow neuroscience techniques and contemplative spiritual practices, Brooke is passionate about guiding people to bring every aspect of their lives into deep integrity, balance, and wholeness in order to unlock the latent spiritual, creative, and transformative energy that naturally awakens in the process that she calls “emergence.” 

She recently launched My Truest North, a coaching and consultancy firm that specializes in helping mission-driven entrepreneurs and conscious leaders to integrate self-healing, spirituality, and higher purpose in service of individual and collective transformation. 

Brooke is a published poet, competitive beach volleyball player, and the host of the podcast, On Living with Brooke Sprowlin which she interviews the world’s foremost experts in psychology, spirituality, personal transformation, cognitive science, neuroscience, and leadership.

She is in the process of publishing several books of original poetry, and her upcoming book, Why You SHOULD Date Emotionally Unavailable Men: Use Your Unhealthy Relationships to Transform Your Life is scheduled to launch in early 2023.

After the launch, she plans to begin working on her next book, which will outline the theory, principles, and practices of her psychospiritual model, Emergence Theory.

Consulting Partners

Kaitlin Archambault

Systems Architect, Designer, and Communications Strategist

Kaitlin Archambault is a systems architect, designer, creative director, & communications strategist with over a decade of experience growing and leading creative and product teams. She started her career in public media, branding and growing the reach and funding of NPR and PBS programs as a part of The Futuro Media Group. In 2013, she went on to found Brooklyn-based creative studio Incendiary Designs, which has built and grown nonprofit and social good brands on 5 continents. Kaitlin has worked to advance education policy and grown thought leadership programs for placement in outlets like the New York Times, the Washington Post, and The Hill.

With experiences that range from designing institutional-grade financial services platforms to leading global organizations through complex rebrands, Kaitlin recognizes that a truly design-driven approach takes into account issues of governance, compliance, and ethics. These days, she spends much of her time at the intersection between user experience and behavioral economics to ensure that emerging technologies—like blockchain and artificial intelligence—are thoughtfully constructed for the greater good.

In 2021, she founded Open Future Coalition, a social enterprise committed to helping the global impact ecosystem strengthen its collaborative capacity by empowering the transparent exchange of capital, skills, and knowledge. They recently launched Open Impact, a network where impact organizations, donors, & community members can come together to match the right organizations with the right resources to maximize impact.

Kaitlin’s background is in public art and grassroots movement building: she was part of the initial press push and benefit campaign around the imprisonment of Russian punk band Pussy Riot, and has taught art therapy at the women’s jail on Riker’s Island.

Jamaica Stevens

Jamaica has worked as a regenerative business consultant and framework designer with over 25 organizations, non-profits, projects and communities. As a social architect, facilitator, and seasoned event producer, she leverages cooperative processes, living systems principles, and transformative convenings to empower people, communities, and organizations to thrive as social ecosystems integrated as a part of a Living System.

Jamaica Stevens

Regenerative Framework Designer, Facilitator, & Social Architect

Jamaica Stevens is the Co-Founder and Chief Culture Officer of Open Future Coalition, which is dedicated to developing innovative social, technological, and economic tools for systemic change by helping the global impact ecosystem strengthen its collaborative capacity and empowering the transparent exchange of capital, skills, and knowledge in service of measurable impact.

With an eclectic background in business & administrative operations, organizational and culture design, project management, educational program development, event production, group facilitation and multi-stakeholder engagement, content writing and community development, Jamaica leverages her rich skillset to support a wisdom driven approach to effective organizations and communities of purpose, practice, and place.

Her regenerative business consulting specializations include organizational and cultural systems design, circular leadership and dynamic governance, community and culture design, programmatic development, alignment processes, multi-stakeholder facilitation, team building, leadership development, to name a few.


Jamaica is also the author of “ReInhabiting the Village: CoCreating our Future”, a collection of essays on village ethics and regenerative principles for social transformation and ecological restoration. She is a steward and framework designer at VillageLab, co-creating a whole systems design framework that integrates the social, ecological and economic dimensions to create Regenerative Whole Systems Design.

Jamaica is trained in the “Way of Council” method of circle facilitation from The Ojai Foundation, supporting group interaction, conflict resolution, storytelling, decision-making, and co-visioning for mindful and regenerative community building.

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