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Discovery Circle with Malcolm Campbell

Every month, on the last Friday of the month, we hold our Discovery Circle. 


The Discovery Circle is a facilitated group session to share motivation, ideas, coaching, mentorship, and community. 

This month, we welcome special guest, Malcolm Campbell, alternative therapist, teacher, and mentor, to lead our circle. 

NOTE: Just before and after, you are invited to spread out or find a nook in The Hivery to work on whatever you'd like. Work on a project, to-do lists, journaling, etc! Community Members get a 2-hour pass after the Discovery Circle. Please ask the Community Concierge at reception for access. The time is yours!

As seats are limited, advance online registration is required. Free for members. $30 for non-members. All are welcome!

Not a Hivery member yet? Learn more about membership and sign up here.

The Discovery Circle  is one of The Hivery's signature monthly programs. Mark your calendar for the last Friday of each month from 9:30-10:45am to join this program. 

Refund Policy
We know that life happens and things change. We will gladly offer you a full refund for a workshop or event when requested via email to at least seven days prior to the event. Please note that no refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of a workshop or event.

About Malcolm Campbell

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Malcolm Campbell is an alternative therapist, teacher, and mentor.  He is an ordained minister, a master practitioner and trainer of neuro-linguistic programming and timeline therapy, and is trained in several additional energy therapies.

In 1991 Malcolm and Robert Dail, M.D., started the first alternative AIDS clinic in Dallas, Texas. Malcolm also served for two years as a Unity minister at the Fort Worth Federal Corrections Institute.  Following nine years in Texas, he practiced with health clinics in Sedona, Arizona for six years. He is the past Director of Counseling for the Stress Management Center of Marin and currently has a private practice in Marin.  He lives in Fairfax with his wife, Rebecca Wilson.