Jocelyn was raised in Mission Viejo and returned to her hometown after attending college in Northern California. At Saint Mary’s College of California, she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. Her journey with holistic healing started when she enrolled in a meditation course her first year of college. She quickly realized the profound impact that it could have on one’s life and later became the president of her college’s Meditation Club in the hopes of providing her peers with the opportunity to experience the deep peace she found from meditation. From there she began working for an organization on campus called Peer Advocates for Wellness. This program focused on addressing health concerns of college students in a well-rounded manner by addressing all aspects of wellness such as spiritual health, financial health, and social health. Through this organization she found her passion for advocacy work which she intends to continue through her work at OC Whole Family Wellness. Her hobbies include longboarding, baking, and crafting.
Jessica was born and raised in Orange County and is currently a student pursuing a career inoccupational therapy. She loves that occupational therapy is a holistic approach to rehabilitation, because she strongly believes in treating a patient using a mind, body & spirit method to achieve optimal wellness.
Her goal is to help children and teens struggling with social, physical, and emotional problems live full and healthy lives. Jessica loves to watch the sunrise, go to the gym, bake healthy treats and spend time with her loved ones.