We invite you to sit and be with yourself for a moment. Tune into your body and inner world. Prepare yourself by noticing the beauty and wonder that is all around. It’s already here waiting for you to notice it. Arrive to a place of receptivity, openness, ease, and unfoldment so that you can let go of what you know and who you are to fully immerse into the material.
We invite you to immerse into the experience when you feel your soft, open, and receptive energy is ready. Move through the modules at your own pace, and use the guideposts we setup for you as edges of the container we create and hold for you through this process.
We invite you to take time for yourself to process the holistic experience. If and when it feels right, share your thoughts and questions in the online sharing spaces we have dedicated for the integration of this work.
Who is it for?
“Dynamic Awakening is for someone like me. A healer. Someone who is healing. Someone who wants the tools to heal. It’s a holistic model that they can trust. A combination of science, psychology, and spirituality.” -Dr. Michael Garbe
Aspiring Human and Social Service Professionals
Learn additional psychological theory and how to incorporate science-based, trauma-informed treatments into their practice. This trauma informed treatment will incorporate spiritual philosophy and mind-body practices which are trauma informed.
Established Clinicians with Private Practices
Increased knowledge base, both through the latest trauma informed approaches, but also learning how spiritual philosophy and and mind-body interventions tie into the healing process of our clients. The new knowledge and interventions strategies will meet the needs of a new client base. A new wave of clients are seeking spirituality to be included in their treatment.
Learn how the latest trauma-informed research supports their spiritual practice. They will also explore the connection between spiritual philosophy and psychological theory, deepening their practice. A more holistic practice can also reach a wider and more diverse client base.
n Module 1, students will learn to identify the obstacles, oppression, and traumas that stand in the way of empowerment and liberation. Students will learn the difference between PTSD and Complex/Compound Trauma, and how subtle to overt forces can be blocking one’s growth process. Developing awareness is key, because until we are aware, we are trapped in an invisible prison.
Students will learn how trauma is connected to our psychology, our physical body, and our energy body.
Students will learn how micro and macro systems contribute to trauma within our mind, body, and spirit.
Students will be provided with tools, techniques, and exercises to assist in facilitating the processing and healing of these traumas.
In module 2, students will move from the macro to the micro, beginning to explore how primary attachment figures may have contributed to subtle and overt trauma. Specifically, attachment styles will be explored, and how these attachment styles may be propagating continued trauma. Trauma is the past repeating in the present, and if attachment styles are not addressed, trauma continues. – students will learn how healthy or unhealthy attachments contribute to the health of our psychology, physical and energy bodies. – students will develop an awareness of their continuing patterns and develop the tools to challenge and deconstruct these patterns; in doing this we heal past trauma in the present. – students will be provided with tools, techniques, and exercises, to assist in facilitating the processing and healing of these traumas, from the mind, body, and spirit.
In module 3, students will continue their journey from macro and micro relationships, to the relationship with the self. In order to break free from trauma, we need to self-empower, and to understand what we are and what we are not. We have an identity that is separate from trauma, and it is through the creation of healthy psychological, physical, and energetic boundaries that we create this separation and develop a strong sense of self. – Students will develop an understanding of how trauma affects our psychological, physical, and energetic bodies. – Students will be provided with the knowledge, tools, and techniques, to develop healthy boundaries and address trauma in the physical body, psychological body, and energy body. – Healthy boundaries and self-empowerment is the first step to self-love.
In module 4, clients will further connect to themselves, and most importantly, connect with parts of themselves they may have lost. Self-love is an arduous task, which requires bravery and compassion. Trauma is not only inflicted on us by others, but also internalized and inflicted on us by ourselves. Relational trauma if healed through relationships; relationships with others and relationships with ourselves. -Students will develop self-awareness, to assist in the healing from loss, of others and of self. – Students will be provided with knowledge, tools, techniques, and exercises, to address trauma stored in the body and facilitate a compassionate healing process for themselves.
In module 5, students will learn how trauma affects our process of communication and in turn robs us of our power, truth, sense of self, and sense of purpose. Healthy boundaries continue with healthy communication, and an empowered sense of self can only be manifested through the power of empowered communication. – Students will develop an awareness of how trauma has contributed to possibly unhealthy communication styles. – Students will learn how the mechanisms of guilt and shame (trauma) can keep us silent. – Students will be provided with the knowledge, tools, techniques, and exercised to address these issues and to empower their powerful voice of truth. The truth shall set you free.
In module 6, students will learn how a connection to that which is beyond them, to that which is within them, a higher and inner intuition, can assist in all the aforementioned processes of healing. In order to connect to this knowledge and intuition, a differentiation must be made between escaping from, or engaging with, ourselves and our healing process. – Students will develop an understanding of the methods we use to escape from our struggles, from our pain, from our journey, from ourselves, including the use of compulsive behaviors which can include the compulsive use of spiritual practice. -Students will learn the importance of sitting with our process in order to do the necessary work to heal. -Students will learn the knowledge, tools, techniques, and exercises, to connect with oneself in a healthy and empowered manner. To be with oneself, to learn from oneself, to heal oneself.
In module 7, students will explore and empower their relationship to that which is beyond and within them; this relationship is called faith. Faith is what connects us to an ultimate sense of trust, empowerment, peace, and freedom. Can you trust that you have done the work to heal from the past and past trauma? If so, can you let go and trust in life again. Can you let yourself go into the river of life and let it carry you the rest of the way? – Students will explore their relationship with themselves, their faith, and their life. – Students will explore and assess what areas they need to continue to work on to heal, to let go, to make peace, with themselves, with others, with life, in order to feel connected and be free.Find out when we launch