Anchored in Our Roots: Restoring Our Ancestral Healing Practices for Self-Care and Wellness | Recording & Resources

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The Northwest MHTTC School Mental Health Team invited Dr. Sabine Thomas and Katrice Thabet-Chapin M.Ed., Ed.S., NCSP to come back for the Anchored in Our Roots Series Finale. As the end of the school year was approaching in June 2022, we listened to the co-authors share about the lessons learned though their virtual community healing sessions that have promoted wholesome practices through turbulent times, and resources to use to further strengthen ancestral healing connections.

Learning Objective:

Participants were invited to identify and apply at least one of their own ancestral self-care practices that can be integrated into their daily or weekly routine.

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