Frequently Asked Questions

No. Clinical therapy can be a very important part of your healing process. In fact, some things can only be addressed in a clinical environment. But Plumline is not clinical. We are a personal and spiritual development company providing a safe space to share your life experience, and be guided toward healthier ways of thinking, relating, and living.

No. We believe that participation in a Plumline group can greatly impact your relationships for the better. Part of that process is being able to speak openly and confidentially about anything and anyone. Some couples decide to participate in different Plumline groups simultaneously. If you’re able to, we highly recommend this approach.

Yes. All beliefs are welcome and do not qualify or disqualify anyone from a Plumline group. The Plumline process is rooted in the ancient Judeo-Christian framework known as The Shamah. We believe a person’s Spiritual Anatomy consists of four parts: heart, soul, mind, and strength. Plumline seeks to nourish and integrate these parts.

Everyone who participates in the Plumline process experiences some level of internal change. Part of the application process for Plumline helps identify whether clinical work should come first. You must also be willing to hold space for yourself and for others—an essential part of the Plumline process. To determine whether Plumline is truly right for you, click here to book a free consult.

Your participation in Plumline will be anonymous. Outside of our confidential Plumline in-house team and your fellow group members, those to whom you disclose your participation will be at your discretion.

Plumline groups consist of around eight people, plus a certified Plumline group facilitator.

Plumline groups are co-ed and available to all walks of life. One shared commonality is that everyone in the group is hungry for more out of life and comes ready to do the internal work.

Plumline 1 and 2 groups consist of 12 weekly sessions over a four month period. Group meetings follow the natural flow of the calendar and take breaks during weeks like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and so on. Each weekly session lasts 90 minutes.

Integration groups can be indefinite and provide a way to prepare for Plumline 1 or to continue your healing work after Plumline 2. There is also an 8 session integration group each summer.

Plumline Retreats offer the Plumline 1 or Plumline 2 process over a three night, three day experience. Retreats provide 12 weeks of integration work in one weekend.

Plumline offers both live and virtual group experiences. Live groups meet in Franklin, TN at the Plumline office. Virtual groups meet via Zoom.

Retreats take place at a resort-style location with chef prepared meals and your own private lodging.

Very little. There will be times when you are asked to do some reflective writing, but there is not a lot of “homework” outside of group.

Plumline groups start at the end of January and run through the beginning of May, or the middle of August and run through the beginning of December.

The integration group summer session begins in June and runs through July. Ongoing integration groups meet indefinitely and are invite only.

Retreats take place 3 times a year: February, July, and November.

Yes. If helpful, Plumline is able to receive payment by breaking up the cost into installments. If the price is still out of your reach, apply for scholarship support here.

One-on-one or couples sessions with Jake are billed at $150/hour.

The integration group summer session costs $400 and covers the 8 summer sessions.

Ongoing Integration groups cost $200 per month and covers all your weekly sessions.

Plumline 1 and 2 cost $1,200 respectively, and covers all 12 sessions and materials.

Plumline retreats cost $3,600 which covers everything from arrival to departure.

Initial 30 minute consult to custom craft your personal and spiritual growth plan is free. Click here to book your free consult.

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