I am also a:
Chaplain, Board Certification Eligible
- Registered Yoga Instructor
Certified Yin Yoga Instructor
Certified Yoga of 12 Step Recovery (Y12SR) Space Holder
Restorative Justice Facilitator
It was at the completion of a mentally and emotionally challenging pace to finish a doctoral journey riddled with the pitfalls, roadblocks, and the detours of life, that I realized our society does a less than adequate job of promoting care of the spiritual self. The spiritual self is that energy source that makes us uniquely who we are as individuals/human beings. I have come to understand that faith is organic, and that to be mentally, physically, and spiritually healthy, we must be intentional about taking care of our inner spirit-self.
Such care involves communication through verbal and nonverbal reflections and mindful healing movements. It is important to create safe spaces to engage in challenging conversations, to have opportunities to reflect alone and with others, as well as to release, to explore, to grow, to find stillness and space in the body in order to promote healing and joy. Spiritual wellbeing is not just about what religion we identify with; our issues live in our tissues. To be whole and healthy as individuals and a society, we must begin the work to promote healing in our minds, body, and spirit.
Through the years, I have worked with individuals, families, communities, corporate & faith organizations to promote their care, using a variety of wellness practices. Now with the formation of PRIME Facilitation Group LLC, I am able to combine best practices to build relationships, facilitate two-way conversations, and support leadership practices that are a win-win for individuals, families, organizations and the greater human community.
Personally, professionally, and societally, it is always my goal to show up with integrity, honesty, and welcoming of others. My approach is not that of a Pollyanna, but is one that is driven by learning, listening, open communication and a desire to help others to achieve a relationship with the Divine and with community – a relationship that lends itself to freedom to be our authentic selves and to support that same growth in others.
We were created to be better, do better, not just for self but for others and all of creation. We are at our best when we align mind, body, and spirit. When we take personal ownership to Practice Restorative Intentional Mindfulness Everyday, we become a better society – one footprint, one person, one workgroup, one community, one conversation at a time.
Namaste (the Light in me Honors the Light in you),
Dr. Michelle Chapman-Campbell