Focus is on historical trauma, trails for life and learning created by our ancestors, culturally-responsible guide posts, and recognition of the wounded status of all participants. These are cornerstones for learning from history, traditions, spirit, and survival on Turtle Island.
Sessions are structured in both content and time to meet the purposes of the setting. We walk the path together using simple, jargon-free language, are in touch with the diverse backgrounds of all those in attendance, and offer practical implementation strategies.
We recognize the critical importance of relationship as the single most effective tool for assisting those we are trying to help.
Presenters are professional trainers and teachers who have extensive experience and success in working with families, staff, community members, and children and youth in need.
These offerings are also responsive and useful for non-Native participants, as the knowledge base is universal in its applicability.
For information or discussion of what would work best for your needs, please call or contact us by email for more detailed description, including time frames, dates, costs, and the focus you are seeking or particular issues you want to address in your setting.