TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMMUNITY HEALING!CEU'S

We provide culturally relevant facilitator training for professional and grass roots activists who work directly with individuals, families and communities. Wellbriety Training Institute, Facilitator’s Training, will provide you with the resources to implement the curriculum in your own community using the video based curriculum and companion workbook.

The more classes or groups you facilitate in your community, the more healing you can bring to the people.

Professional Development, Personal Healing and 24 CEHs through NAADAC or 24 CEU through FNWACCB awarded upon completion of facilitator training.

Wellbriety Training Institute

Wellbriety Programs for Women

- When sleeping women wake, mountains move. -- Chinese Proverb


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Overview

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There is an awakening of women across Turtle Island who are feeling called to healing and change. The purpose of "Women in Wellbriety" is to connect women who have been through Wellbriety training or are living in Wellbriety, and to support them in creating healing and positive change for themselves, their families, their communities, and their Nations. "Women In Wellbriety" creates that space for women to come together.

TOGETHER we can address:

  • Intergenerational Trauma
  • Unresolved Grief & Loss
  • Addictions
  • Domestic & Family Violence
  • Sexual Abuse & Violence
  • Suicide
  • Depression

Our Unique Needs as Women

With the growth of the Wellbriety Movement, we have seen a distinct need for women-specific healing. As Native women, we have endured, in our lifetimes, the highest rates of victimization of every kind of abuse and violence, more than any other race on Turtle Island. We also have a unique history because of the genocide tactics and boarding school traumas that were perpetuated against our mothers and grandmothers. We know we carry these with us in our cellular memory. Too many of us also experience the effects of these traumas in our high rates of addiction, depression, suicide, and inability to parent and deal with life in the healthy ways we practiced before the coming of the Europeans. But there is a gateway to healing from these traumas. "Women in Wellbriety" is committed to healing our many traumas in an integrated, holistic way.

Trainings

To address the need for women's holistic healing and relearning traditional healthy life skills, White Bison developed the following Women-specific trainings and gatherings. These trainings provide women with specific interconnected healing knowledge as well as offering a common healing language to share with one another. They form the basis for the solidarity of "Women in Wellbriety."

Mending Broken Hearts for Women Learn More

Mending Broken HeartsTrain facilitators to implement this curriculum in their community. Provides culturally-based healing from grief, loss, and Intergenerational Trauma, especially for Native women from the United States and Canada. As native women, we have the highest rates of all traumas.

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Mothers of TraditionLearn More

Mothers of TraditionTrain facilitators to implement this curriculum in their community. Develops the skills and knowledge to live a healthy life as a traditional, spiritual Native American woman. Increase awareness of how intergenerational trauma interrupted the culture, language, family ties, and parenting practices among Native people. Learn how to apply the cultural teachings to bring healing to children, relationships and community.

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Medicine Wheel and 12 Steps for Women 

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Medicine Wheel TrainingTrain facilitators to implement this curriculum in their community. Provides a culturally appropriate 12 Step program for Native American women. Based upon Teachings of the Medicine Wheel, the Cycle of Life, and the Four Laws of Change.

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Medicine Wheel and 12 Steps for Adolescent Girls 

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Medicine Wheel TrainingTrain facilitators to implement this curriculum in their community. Provides a culturally appropriate 12 Step program for Native American adolescent girls (ages 13 to 21 years). Based upon Teachings of the Medicine Wheel, the Cycle of Life, and the Four Laws of Change.

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