Tag Archives: Historical Trauma

Solana Booth on “Make No Bones About It” April 29, 2018 4-6 pm

“Solana promotes Native American and Alaska Native traditional teachings using her own healing modalities, one is positive interconnectedness model. Solana is enrolled into the Nooksack Nation of the Chief Dan George Family and Mohawk from Bay Quinte, White Owl House of the Wolf Clan. Her Paternal association is Tsymsyan of the Violet Booth Family, Raven Clan. She is a mother of four and Grandmother of a baby girl. Her children are also members of the Tlingit, Haida, Pawnee, Lakota and Dakota Nations. Solana’s first degree was in Early Childhood Special Education; naturally she then studied perinatal, prenatal, post- natal and historical trauma(s) with certifications next. Solana is an Advocate of Sacred Storyteacher. Her work includes: Health and Human Services work for local IHS Providers, Solana also consults by providing technical assistance, training/teaching adult learners of equity practices, traditional and contemporary storytelling, Innovative Technology Program writing, Documentary film making, teaches art, and creating community gardens in local food deserts and speaking to First Foods. She currently serves in a Leadership role in The Russel Family Foundation’s Puyallup Watershed Initiative’s Board of Directors, and is a Just and Healthy Food System Community of Interest Equity Team member while finishing her Documentary, “Native American and Alaska Native Birth Stories” and enrolled in an Intensive Historical Trauma Masters Certification: where she’ll soon be a practicing Somatic Archeologist and Brain-spotting.

NAAN Birth Stories

Please see:

http://i-voices.org/

www.advocatesofsacred.com

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Maria Trevizo to speak on Historical Trauma among the First Peoples- June 6, 2010 5 pm

Raven and his guest Maria Trevizo speak on Historical Trauma among the First Peoples.

Maria A. Trevizo (Tigua/Mexican) is a descendent of the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo of Texas and theTarascos of Mexico.

Maria is an international speaker and has worked in the human services field over thirty-five years. She is a Certified Psychiatric Technician and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor II. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from The Evergreen State Collage. Maria is a traditional singer and facilitator in the wellness field. She helps youth and adults to rediscover their own inner joy and beauty. As a facilitator, Maria coaches’ individuals, communities and tribes in recognizing the resilience and strength gained from working as a healthy team.

Maria works collaboratively with many North American tribes of the United States, Canada and Mexico. Maria has served as a consultant to agencies and institutions such as The Department of Health and Human Services, The Center for Disease Control, and numerous colleges and universities. Maria’s favorite work is the work she does with youth, women and the Two-Spirit Community. Maria believes that by reclaiming our traditions and ceremonies, healing is restored.