The Reverend Pamela D. Hancock (She/Her/Hers) is an ordained Interfaith Minister, Priestess of the Sisters of Moon and Snow Coven, and holds an MDiv. from Starr King School for the Ministry (2015). She is a doctoral candidate in Depth Psychology with a focus in Jungian and Archetypal Studies from the Pacifica Graduate Institute, expected to graduate in 2022. Rev. Hancock has experience in both Prison and Hospital Chaplaincy and is passionate about providing psychological education for those interested in all forms of ministry. She is also a professor of World Religions at the University of Redlands, California. Her current scholarship focuses on creating a self-directed program for trauma survivors to embark on an individuation journey, through the creative examination of myth. No stranger to trauma herself, Rev. Hancock is a survivor of sexual violence, as well as a life-threatening kidney disease, and a forced Caesarean section that left her with terrible postpartum depression after the birth of her son. She is dedicated, wholeheartedly, to helping people heal; building bridges between communities; bringing people together to honor the sacred in all things; supporting environmental advocacy; and helping women embody all parts of their trues selves. In addition to all of this, Rev. Pamela Hancock is a published author and multi-media artist, workshop facilitator, and the Director of the soon-to-open spiritual center, the Sacred Outpost. She lives in the mountains of Southern California with her husband, John, an engineer and musician, and their young son, Hudson.