Dr. Lois DeLong, Turtle Mountain Ojibwe, Dr. DeLong prefers to approach holistic healing through incorporating native traditions such as storytelling, ceremonies, and all forms of energy work based on specific culture. Her Clinical work throughout the years has included training in all areas related to counseling and healing approaches in many states.
MILDRED “TINKER” SCHUMAN Tinker’s Native name is Migizikwe, or Eagle Woman. She is a Tribal Elder, Healer, Grandmother, Pipe Carrier, teacher, poet, published author, and artist living on the Lac du Flambeau reservation in Northern Wisconsin. She attended the prestigious Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe and has a creative writing degree and a BA in Education.
Boozhoo! My name is Jennifer Boulley and I am a member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe. I have had the honor of serving as an Indigenous Birth Worker for almost 16 years. One of my teachers is Dorene Day, who is an amazing Indigenous Midwife. I had the opportunity to study with Dorene for almost 4 years and continue to connect with her on all issues facing tribal nations. I am also a water protector and have served as a foster parent guardian for 16 years. I am very humbled to be able to work with everyone involved with the Water