Indigenous Perspectives with Diane Hill
Indigenous Perspectives - Transformational Learning with Diane Hill – TODAY: “The Pretendians
January 13, 2023
with Diane Hill
1pm pacific:[ Alternate Fridays ]
Transformational Learning with Diane Hill on alternate Fridays at 1PM PST
TODAY: "The Pretendians: who and what are they?"
TODAYS GUEST: Betty Carr-Braint who is a consultant working on an Indigenous-Based Learning program in Social Work for the First Nations Technical Institute. She is also a student counselor for the 4 Directions Indigenous Student Centre at Queen's University.
Diane Katsitsawaks HillA member of the Bear clan of the Mohawk Nation situated at the Six Nations of the Grand River (Haudenosaunee) Territory in Ontario, Diane works as an Integrative Programs Consultant and administrates the R.E.A.L. School (Reality Education & Applied Life skills) Leadership program at: www.getrealschool.comDiane is also the Director, Owner & Operator of a private Healing Lodge & Learning Center entitled Ka’nikonhriyohtshera: Fostering Emergence of the Good Mind. She travels extensively in the delivery of these innovative wellness programs. All programs are situated in the context of an Indigenous worldview and incorporate recent research and discoveries drawn from the quantum sciences. Diane is a dynamic speaker and bridges the Western-Allopathic scientific perspective with the ancient Indigenous-Multi-dimensional approach to wholeness. For more info, please visit her website at: www.dianehill.netor contact her via email at email@example.com