BARBARA ALLYN - A CERTIFIED TRAUMA THERAPIST, CRISIS-INTERVENTION PROFESSIONAL AND AUTHOR WITH 30 YRS+ EXPERIENCE IN ACTIVE, FRONT LINE CRISIS RESPONSE
AUTHOR: BARBARA ALLYN
BARBARA HAS EVOLVED INTO A THOUGHT LEADER AND PARADIGM SHIFTER THROUGH THE CREATION OF HER GROUND-BREAKING FRAMEWORK, TRIBAL THEORY AND THE HEALING PRACTICES OF SENSORY DIALOGUE, AND SYMBOLICS. SHE IS OFTEN FEATURED ON CANADIAN TELEVISION AND RADIO IN RESPONSE TO BOTH NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL TRAMATIC AND DISASTER INCIDENTS.
As a highly respected speaker, presenter and facilitator, barbara brings a wealth of experiential learning from her work as a family mediator, adolescent clinical counsellor and classroom behavioural specialist. She continues to advance the unique, effective trauma-response to moral injury framework that is Tribal Theory.
Tribal Theory Practices are consistently described by front line responders, counsellors, and global communities as culturally safe, practical and easy-to-apply, creating a powerful path to integration, healing and well-being.
MORAL INJURY in the context of holistic trauma response, “moral injury” refers to the impact of participating, witnessing, and/or being victimized by actions and behaviours which violate a person’s moral core values, beliefs, and behavioural expectations of others.
How to use Sensory Dialogue to witness trauma and to develop sensory awareness in your healing practice.
Learn to use symbolics to tell the story and clear emotional wounds at a cellular level and recognize the overlapping fragmented stories written in Timeless Travel unique to the trauma response.
A better understanding of the neural and cellular response to Trauma and global healing practices outside the western lens.
Addictions, are the coping strategies to try to find the meaning to survive. Learn how to recognize the authentic self and the struggle to be found. It is not what is wrongwith you, it is what happened to you.
How and why moral injury (trauma) cannot be addressed through a resiliency framework or cognitive behaviour approach. Learn to use the 4 pillars of Moral Injury: Spiritual, Cultural, Physical and Philosophical, to witness the Trauma and begin to Heal.
Learn how to witness cellular intergenerational moral injury (trauma) and move towards healing and thrive using Tribal Theory Global as the framework.