“Shadow material is just soul material that’s been disowned, distorted, or hidden. When you recapture shadow material and heal it, freed soul energy emerges.” – Kim Barta, MA
Terri O’Fallon, PhD is an Integral scholar who derives theory and research interests from a passionate practice of auspicious wondering, learning, and marinating in life. The eldest of seven siblings, parent of two adult children, grandparent of two granddaughters, Terri has over fifty years of teaching from pre-kindergarten through post PhD. She has a PhD in Integral Studies and Masters degrees in Spiritual Direction and Special Education. These embodied experiences have supported her primary theory and research and teaching theme: growing up is waking up throughout the lifespan.
Kim Barta, MA is an internationally recognized licensed professional psychotherapist, coach, spiritual guide, and speaker. Kim graduated with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Montana in 1984 and pursued a Masters in an interdisciplinary program that combined Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, and Sociology in a broad perspective for healing. He lived with a Native American Shaman and did his Masters Thesis in Shamanism and Modern Psychotherapy. He graduated with high marks in 1986. His work and insights spring from grounded experiential practice with self and others in his cross cultural and life long experiences. Ever seeking better ways of healing in the life of self and others, families and children, Kim has developed several successful new forms of therapy that deeply and rapidly lead to healing.