In September 2019, the author presented on the subject of “Intergenerational Trauma: Native American Legacy” at the Psychedelic Medicine and Cultural Trauma Workshop in Louisville, Kentucky. The workshop was hosted by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) organization. Two aspects of the presentation were associated with considerations for healing and working with Native American individuals and communities.
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