Author Topic: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness  (Read 2064 times)

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Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« on: May 15, 2018, 04:25:45 pm »
About Camille from The Salt Cave's fb page -

Medicine Woman Services $125 - In this session we will assess your needs and go over your current symptoms and things you would like help with. We will utilize ancient healing techniques and wisdom gathered from indigenous tribes.

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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2018, 04:33:39 pm »
Her website http://utahmedicinewoman.com/

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Camille is a very gifted and intuitive healer. She has always had a thirst for knowledge especially knowledge that can help people heal. She graduated with her Master’s degree in Social work at the age of 22 and became a mental health therapist. She specialized in trauma and became one of the few traumatologist in the state of Utah for mental health. Camille soon learned that the complexities of trauma needed to be addressed on the mind, body, spirit level the ensure recovery. Her quest for techniques and modalities that would assist her in helping her clients lead her to BodyTalk, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Access Consciousness Bars, AromaTherapy, light wave infusion therapy and developing some of her own techniques. Camille became fascinated with energy healing and how quickly she was able to release stored traumas and trapped emotion

Her healing modes are nothing more than the usual new age techniques used as income sourcing, certainly not what one would find being practiced by a medicine person.

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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2018, 01:56:04 am »
Her website http://utahmedicinewoman.com/

There is a "Read More" there so the full quote reads:

Camille is a very gifted and intuitive healer.  She has always had a thirst for knowledge especially knowledge that can help people heal.  She graduated with her Master’s degree in Social work at the age of 22 and became a mental health therapist.  She specialized in trauma and became one of the few traumatologist in the state of Utah for mental health.  Camille soon learned that the complexities of trauma needed to be addressed on the mind, body, spirit level the ensure recovery.  Her quest for techniques and modalities that would assist her in helping her clients lead her to BodyTalk, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Access Consciousness Bars, AromaTherapy, light wave infusion therapy and developing some of her own techniques.

Camille became fascinated with energy healing and how quickly she was able to release stored traumas and trapped emotion as well as pain from her clients.  In 2015 She felt a call to go to Peru and study plant medicine and shamanism.  She lived in the jungles of Peru and in the Sacred Valley.  While there she was able to befriend several Shipibo shaman/maestros who taught her more of their healing methods and the significance of plants and their spirits as well as their healing properties. While in the Sacred Valley she found another Maestra who taught her more about plants and ethnobotanicals.  She was initiated by the Q’ero Nation to be on the Shamanic path.  During her initiation ceremony she was told she is not to study the liniage of the Q’eros but to travel around the world and learn from different tribes, healers and academia.  Camille continues to travel and find teachers around the world that teach her their healing ways.

She keeps a Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/utahmedicinewoman/
https://www.facebook.com/pg/utahmedicinewoman/about/

Her full name is Camille Campbell, according to this cross-referenced Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/CamilleCampbellMedicineWoman/
https://business.facebook.com/CamilleCampbellMedicineWoman/
https://business.facebook.com/pg/CamilleCampbellMedicineWoman/about/

With her full name so many conncetions popped up:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/camille-campbell-43476441
https://www.findhealthclinics.com/US/South-Ogden/545327742278564/Camille-Campbell-LCSW

I found her name connected to this business at the same address, maybe someone else in charge?:
https://www.instagram.com/UtahSaltCave/
https://passions.website/umw/
https://www.vagaro.com/thesaltcaveatawakenwellness
https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheSaltCaveatAwakenWellness/
https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheSaltCaveatAwakenWellness/about/
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/the-salt-cave-at-awaken-wellness-ogden-ut/303683

She hosts events there:
https://www.facebook.com/events/495468747520667/
https://www.facebook.com/events/619035551777716/
https://www.facebook.com/events/1340020729369408/

She also hosted at least one event here:
https://www.facebook.com/sacredenergyslc/
http://www.sacredenergyslc.com/camille-campbell
https://www.facebook.com/events/283597235454153/

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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2018, 11:25:25 pm »
Camille Campbell is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Utah. License 6511834-3501, active, no disciplinary actions listed.

https://secure.utah.gov/llv/search/detail.html?license_id=4625862

Awaken Wellness is a company in Ogden, Utah. Applicant and registered agent for this company is Utah Medicine Woman Company of Murray, Utah.

Utah Medicine Woman Company is a for profit corporation. Camille Campbell is the president, director, registered agent, incorporator.

( business searches: https://secure.utah.gov/bes/ )

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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2018, 11:56:58 pm »
"I have been studying with indigenous tribes around the world"

https://www.facebook.com/donate/1950532375198358/


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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #5 on: July 22, 2020, 10:09:26 pm »
Some of the links on the thread are down. FB lists her business as permanently closed. Utah Salt Cave site says they've gone out of business. Her Linkedin is still there. License for social worker link is gone.

I don't see any sign of admission of wrongdoing or awareness of how her claims are likely phony. Might just be bad at running a business. Should we move this to Archives?

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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2020, 12:55:16 am »
Utah Salt Cave site says they've gone out of business.

That site's URL (not shown earlier): https://www.theutahsaltcave.com/

We have gone out of business.  If you have an unexpired gift card please contact us in writing before June 30th for a refund.

This is still around there:

Camille Campbell, LCSW, CBP
Camille is a licensed clinical social worker, Advanced BodyTalk Practitioner, medicine woman and specializes in trauma resolution therapy. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and her master’s degree from Colorado State University in social work. While she specializes in these things, her true passion is in helping people heal naturally.

Camille spent years serving and learning different techniques from a variety of settings around the world. She spent time in Peru learning natural healing techniques of the indigenous people. She has also spent years in traditional counseling centers and integrative wellness clinics. After these experiences, Camille decided to found Awaken Wellness.

Camille helps to steer people in the direction of connection. She created a place for people to connect with each other and with themselves. In a society that can be full of stress and chaos, she wants everyone to have somewhere they can go to heal themselves from the inside out.

Much toned down compared to this bio two years ago (quoted site now defunct):

Camille is a very gifted and intuitive healer.  She has always had a thirst for knowledge especially knowledge that can help people heal.  She graduated with her Master’s degree in Social work at the age of 22 and became a mental health therapist.  She specialized in trauma and became one of the few traumatologist in the state of Utah for mental health.  Camille soon learned that the complexities of trauma needed to be addressed on the mind, body, spirit level the ensure recovery.  Her quest for techniques and modalities that would assist her in helping her clients lead her to BodyTalk, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Access Consciousness Bars, AromaTherapy, light wave infusion therapy and developing some of her own techniques.

Camille became fascinated with energy healing and how quickly she was able to release stored traumas and trapped emotion as well as pain from her clients.  In 2015 She felt a call to go to Peru and study plant medicine and shamanism.  She lived in the jungles of Peru and in the Sacred Valley.  While there she was able to befriend several Shipibo shaman/maestros who taught her more of their healing methods and the significance of plants and their spirits as well as their healing properties. While in the Sacred Valley she found another Maestra who taught her more about plants and ethnobotanicals.  She was initiated by the Q’ero Nation to be on the Shamanic path.  During her initiation ceremony she was told she is not to study the liniage of the Q’eros but to travel around the world and learn from different tribes, healers and academia.  Camille continues to travel and find teachers around the world that teach her their healing ways.

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Re: Camille Campbell, The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2020, 01:13:06 am »
Most of the Facebook links I pointed to two years ago are still there. I now found this:

https://www.facebook.com/TheSaltCaveatAwakenWellness/posts/3522336614450431

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The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness
May 1 [2020]
Very Important announcement!!!

In a 5 minutes 23 seconds video Camille Campbell and another woman announce closing down business (and a lot more that I didn't have the patience to listen to).