1990 Grad, Michele “Ama Wehali” Rozbitsky has developed a domestic violence program for the Eight Northern Pueblos called ‘Peace Keepers’, worked as a crisis counselor, art therapist and in outpatient mental health services at St. Vincent’s Hospital, and in private practice. In the last six years she has become a Shamanic practitioner and has written a book calledJourney to the Fifth World: Coming Full Circle in Healing and Transformation. It is a culmination of years of participation in indigenous ceremonies and teachings and travel in other cultures and countries. Check out her new website:www.journeytothefifthworld.com or email her firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where do Southwestern Grads Work? Michele “Ama Wehali” Rozbitsky
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