“Dr. Cabot is a retired United Methodist pastor who believes in the full gospel of Christ for salvation, healing and deliverance. She received her M.A. Biblical Studies and M. Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary and her Doctorate in Formational Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary.
She was called by God into healing ministry 30 years ago, devoting herself to conscientiously study under the prominent healing theologians of our time. Over the last decades of learning, observation and experience, she has discovered the impact of facilitating Inner Healing Prayer, a healing paradigm also known as “healing of emotions” or “healing of memories”. The Inner Healing Prayer is a unique ministry that only Christ can do, where the human facilitator is just that – the one who helps the person receiving prayer come into the presence of Christ for His divine touch.
Since retiring as a United Methodist pastor, Dr. Cabot travels the US and beyond to preach and teach about healing and deliverance through informational weekend conferences, experiential workshops and facilitator training academies for her non-profit, Kingdom Life Healing Ministries.
She believes in the healing power of the risen Christ as revealed through Holy Scriptures, church tradition and her own experience. Her passion is to bring others to personal healing through Christ to glorify God and equip disciples.”
Much gratitude goes out to Damla Aktekin, healer, coach, and writer, for sharing her wisdom on energetic healing. Please join us as we discuss:
Damla’s own healing journey
healing energetic wounds
the impacts of genetic trauma
crystal and sound healing practices
and so much more!
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“Damla Aktekin is a Healer, Coach, and Writer, who helps other self-healers and healers move beyond their energetic wounds and shine brighter than they thought possible so that they can fully show up in their lives to heal themselves, their families and their soul-tribe. She is the creator of the Chakra Bliss Healing method that simplifies healing with crystals, author of 40 Days Of Shanti Mantra Journal, and the host of the Conversations With Healers Podcast. She loves holding healing space for those with energetic wounds and teaching bliss-filled healing, movement, and meditation journeys. You can find out more about her offerings on her website: https://adropofom.com.”
Ever so grateful to have had the pleasure of chatting with Becky Haas, author, speaker, and trainer, as she shares her wisdom on adverse childhood experiences and the impact of trauma on a community level. Please join us as we discuss:
Becky’s pivotal role in developing and implementing trauma-informed strategies
“Known for her contagious enthusiasm, Becky Haas is a seasoned presenter on the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study and is nationally recognized for her pioneering work in developing a trauma informed region throughout Northeast Tennessee. Her seasoned presentation experience includes trips to Delaware presenting to state leadership at the invitation of their First Lady, as well as training Juvenile Justice systems in Virginia and Tennessee. She has developed training content for a diverse group of professional sectors including Trauma Informed Policing training which is certified in two states for officer in-service credit and she has delivered it to the Oklahoma City Police Department, as well as precincts within Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia. Currently she is working with the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police to implement a plan to make this training available to all members of law enforcement in Tennessee. Becky is a highly sought-out trainer for educators often working directly with school Superintendents to impact entire school districts in beginning their journey to create trauma sensitive schools.
She is experienced in working with city governments in several states providing leadership the tools to advance cities in becoming trauma informed. Since 2016, she has authored numerous articles in the global online publication ACEs Connection. In 2019 Becky co-authored the Building a Trauma Informed Community toolkit for the Tennessee Department of Children’s Service which is also featured in the global online publication, ACEs Connection Growing Resilient Communities 2.1. Her work has also been published in John’s Hopkins, Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action; and the Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
Becky served as the Trauma Informed Administrator for a regional healthcare system providing training development and delivery to healthcare staff in multiple hospitals as well as was instrumental in raising awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) as a social determinant to poor health and addiction within rural Appalachia. Prior to working in healthcare, she was the Director of a grant-funded crime prevention program for the Johnson City Police Department which is credited for reducing drug related and violent crime in a historic crime neighborhood by 40% and creating a first probation program of its kind in Tennessee which now serves as a state model for reducing recidivism. She also assisted in strengthening relationships between police and community including culturally diverse populations which resulted in launching the first annual Martin Luther King, Jr. unity march in 2015. Under her leadership these crime prevention efforts were awarded the Outstanding Crime Prevention Program of the Year for the southern region by the National Criminal Justice Association in 2014 and are listed by the U.S. Department of Justice as a success story.
Becky earned a Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience from Florida State University and has completed courses in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBIR) and Trauma Informed Classrooms from Texas Christian University. She has been certified as a trauma informed care trainer by the SAMHSA Gains Center and the Tennessee Building Strong Brains Program. She has been an active member of the Campaign for Trauma Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP) since 2017 and is a member of the strategy team for the National Trauma Campaign. She has been an ordained minister since 1996 and completed ministerial training at Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1979. Becky has been the recipient of numerous personal awards including a regional Women’s Tribute Award as a Transformational Woman in 2019. She was awarded the Anita Steiner Award from Goodwill Industries for implementing job skill training into the reentry community and was inducted into the Social Work Honor Society at King University for her above and beyond contributions which embody the heart and mission of the Social Work profession. Becky is married to Jonathan and their greatest joys in life are their two sons and their growing families.”