Guides of Spine Academia
Claudia Chambers, E-RYT
Patricia Pace –Conflict & Hoarding Trauma in our Bodies
Patricia Pace, MA, MDiv., LPC, NCC, LCAS-A
I hold a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and a Master of Divinity
degree, both from Campbell University. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate, and am certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional. I believe that we all are in a journey from birth to death, and I want to help people live that journey well, no matter in what stage one may find oneself currently. Your journey may be about recovery, it may be about reconciliation, and it may be about really living well – reclaiming your identity and your life. Wherever you may find yourself along this continuum, I would like to help.
My work experience has been both in agency and hospital settings, including helping survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and abuse, trauma, addictions,and the complicated grief of loss or illness. I have specific experience in helping parents through the loss of a child or family member, and in both pre-marital and marriage counseling.
My favorite work is to help individuals and families find a way forward into a
satisfying life after a difficult time. I like to utilize stories (our own and our
family’s) as a way to see ourselves in the world and how we relate to the world. My goal in therapy is to encourage people to reclaim the dreams and goals for life that have been forgotten or left behind, and to take control of choosing their own future. Some of my techniques include: narrative therapy, family systems work, identification and replacement of negative thoughts that hold us back with cognitive behavioral therapy, creativity and artistic expression, mindfulness, relaxation, and meditation. I am currently training in DBT therapy and addictions including both substance abuse and eating disorders.
When I am not at work, I am usually making music, cooking, walking with my 3 dogs, or spending time with my three adult children. I am also a certified Qi Gong instructor and practice Tai chi for strength and relaxation.
Cowboy Jim Thomas- Moving into our Fear in Relations with Prey animal
Jim’s training philosophy is results-driven, producing soft, willing partners. The Bar T assumes the role of the leader: providing clear signals, consistency, patience and the understanding that the horse should look to his Owner for direction.
“My goal is for you to understand why your horse acts as it does, and what role you must play to gain his trust,” Jim says. “Horses are much like children. Provide the proper environment and they will be yours forever. All things accomplished with a horse are through trust.”
He is a firm believers in groundwork. Regardless of the training level of the horse upon arrival at the Bar T, we will spend a substantial amount of time from the ground before we ever approach the horse with a saddle. Good groundwork is a solid foundation. Just like you wouldn’t put the framework of a house directly on the ground, we wouldn’t dream of moving forward without a foundation. www.BarTHorsemanship.com
Shawn Ramsey – Seeing Yourself Through Nature’s Lens
Shawn Ramsey is a certified coach and communications consultant, with expertise in Positive Psychology, Empowerment, Shamanism and more. She is also an amateur photographer, with a passion for nature and wildlife.
Cermonialist Sophia Collett – Moon Cycles and the Cycles of Life
Nurse Jaqueline Lyon – Yonit! Own your Yoni Powers. Mirror Mirror on the Floor
Summer Hunt Goldstein- Herbal Tea and Nutrition