About HBTN Facilitators
Ellen Wolfe, MS HT, GTT Certified Facilitator 2013 , A Vermont native, Ellen has lived in Tennessee for over 35 years. She has been doing Holotropic Breathwork™ since 1995. She facilitates workshops in Cookeville TN. A former elementary school teacher, she has master’s degrees in education and transpersonal psychology. She is a Transpersonal Life Coach and sees clients at her business Life Transitions at 39 West Broad Street in Cookeville. Ellen is a Horticultural Therapist and offers SunSeedSoil Horticultural Therapy programs through the SeedFork of the Highlands (501C3) non-profit. Currents she offers horticultural therapy for mentally challenged residents at the Gaither Generations Group Skylar House in Cookeville and in a community garden. Ellen also teaches Horticultural Therapy at Tennessee Tech University and is in training to do Crossinology -Brain Integration Technique work.
Allen B. Howell, M.Ed. LMHC, GTT Certified Facilitator, Founder of HolotropicMA is a holistic counseling psychotherapist with a dual specialization in addiction and trauma studies. His clinical experiences include treatment and stabilization for at-risk populations effected by homelessness, trauma, addiction, and other mental health issues. He has also facilitated batterer intervention (IPV) programs for men who have committed abuse against their partners. Allen has trained in vipassana (insight) meditation and he utilizes mindfulness approaches in his work. He has also studied indigenous/shamanic healing and counseling practices with several teachers. Allen passionately believes in a holistic approach to helping individuals achieve health and wellness.
Allen was certified by the Grof Transpersonal Training (GTT) since 2009. He offers workshops and public talks in the Boston area, has assisted GTT staff at retreats throughout the US, and has worked with Dr. Grof as assistant faculty at the annual Holotropic Breathwork™ retreat at The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in western MA.
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