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Friday, November 07, 2014

WISE WOMEN MEDIA for November 7th, 2014--Returning Special Guest Robin LaDue and a Discussion About Race

Robin LaDue

We broadcast on Friday night, November 7th, 2014 at 10PM EST.

Call in number: (213) 816-0357

For tonight's broadcast we welcome back our returning Special Guest, Robin LaDue, Author, Artist, Therapist, Clinical Psychologist and Healer. She works primarily with First Nation communities.

She is also the co-author of Totems of September that was published in 2013.

We will have a conversation about Race and why it matters! 
And why more people should be talking about this topic.

Robin's Bio:
Dr. Robin LaDue is a retired clinical psychologist formerly in private practice in Washington. She received her Master’s and Doctorate degrees from Washington State University. She has been affiliated with the University of Missouri, Kansas City and with the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Native American Center of Excellence. She is the award winning author of the “Journey Through the Healing Circle” books and video. Dr. LaDue has lectured worldwide on the effects of prenatal exposure and historical trauma in Native American communities as well as the consequences of and treatment for psychological trauma, including traditional Native methods of treatment. She is an enrolled member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe of Washington. This is her first historical fiction writing effort.

Totems of September

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