Whether you're beginning a meditation practice, exploring mindfulness, or scratching your philosophical side, sometimes it helps to speak with someone on a similar path.

Let's dive in.

For those that are ready, the journey inward can be uncomfortable and confusing at times. If you don’t have the right tools it can also be frustrating. Having someone like Clancey to work with makes the journey vastly easier to navigate and understand.

Dr. Penn Allen

Clancey offers the 'everyman/woman' approach to consciousness, awareness, and connectedness.  He's a wonderful teacher.

Lauren Carr

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group meditation

Group meditation classes are a good place to start if you're seeking to learn meditation basics and mindfulness fundamentals. 


To be notified regarding future classes and guided meditations, please add your name to my email list.

moderated dialogue

If inner work is essential to our personal development, dialogue is essential to our collective evolution.


To learn more about dialogue offerings, explore Immersioneer


private mindfulness session

Meditation and mindfulness are powerful tools to help us navigate our noisy world. But sometimes it helps for someone to show us how the tools work.   


In a private session, we embark on teach mindfulness fundamentals through dialogue and deliver guided meditations to help drive the lessons home.   

If you'd like to schedule a session, please get in touch.  Or to learn more, explore my work.  

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Not a psychologist.

Not a life coach.

Not a therapist.

Not a guru.

An explorer

To be clear.

At the end of the day, I'm an explorer.  And what I explore is the area where psychology, philosophy, and spirituality converge. Through this, I seek to understand how the mind works, how our identities develop, and ultimately how human consciousness transforms.  


To date, my curiosity has led me to study Taoism, Zen Buddhism, and Transpersonal Psychology, as well as the work of humanity's great spiritual teachers, thinkers, and scientists. Outside of private research, I have also experimented with modern modalities like Holotropic breathwork, ancient practices like Qigong, and entheogenic plant medicines like Ayahuasca.  

While my explorations are always ongoing and I make no claims to mastery, I do want to help others who are looking inward in any way that I can. I know from experience that this kind of work can be discouraging and confusing, and that a couple pointers from a fellow explorer on the path can make a big difference.

If I can be of service to you in your own explorations, please don't hesitate to reach out

Clancey is such a centered individual and has a unique talent for teaching, listening, and bringing people into that connected space.  

Trent Ubben