INDIGENOUS TRAUMA AND RESILIENCE 2018 Conference

Welch
Monday, October 15, 2018
INDIGENOUS TRAUMA AND RESILIENCE 2018 Conference
Monday, October 15, 2018 8:00 AM -
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 1:00 PM (Mountain Time)

Treasure Island Resort & Casino
5734 Sturgeon Lake Road
Welch, 55089
United States

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Join community leaders, wellness advocates, traditional culture bearers, trauma/resilience trainers, and healers at the National Association for Native American Children of Alcoholics (NANACOA) conference October 15–17, 2018.

The conference features presentations and workshops by leading experts in indigenous trauma and indigenous resilience, a healing pow wow, a gathering banquet, and countless opportunities to share experiences with fellow travelers on our healing journey.

Keynote Speakers

Jane Middleton-Moz Dr. Marie Wilson Joseph (Joe) CrowShoe Antony Stately Michael A. Goze


By owning our indigenous trauma and resilience we open our hearts to the healing and recovery needed to reclaim our place and our power to heal the world.


Healing Track

  • Track 1 - Intergenerational Indigenous Trauma and Resilience
  • Track 2 - Intergenerational Impacts of Alcoholism, Addictions and Abuse
  • Track 3 - Understanding and Healing from Intergenerational Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence
  • Track 4 - Reclaiming Healing and Self-Care
  • Track 5 - Youth Track
 

Contact Information

  • Jennifer Gillissen, CMP, CGMP
    Vice President of Meeting and Event Planning
    Kauffman & Associates, Inc.
    Phone: 240-688-0588

Payment Instructions

  • Register Now

    Jennifer Gillissen, CMP, CGMP
    Vice President of Meeting and Event Planning
    Kauffman & Associates, Inc.
    Phone: (240) 688-0588

    The registration fee includes breakfast and lunch on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday; the Pow Wow on Monday evening; as well as the banquet on Tuesday evening. The $350 registration fee and $18.08 service fee total as $368.08 and will show as a charge from Kauffman & Associates on your credit card statement.

    The healing of one can lead to the healing of entire families and communities. Please join us!