Teresa Naseba Marsh

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PhD, MA, RN, RP, SEP Psychotherapist, Healer, Author, Yoga and Meditation Teacher

Teresa Naseba Marsh immigrated to Canada from South Africa in 1992 and continued to contribute to healing approaches to overcome suffering, trauma, addiction, intergenerational trauma, multiple loss and the aftermath of oppression. She also works closely with, supervises and teaches Indigenous professionals how to work through a trauma informed, decolonizing lens. She has established programs for care of the caregiver and vicarious trauma.

Average rating: 4.43 · 7 ratings · 1 review · 2 distinct works
The Courage of a Nation: He...

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I am so excited about my new book!

The writing of this book was inspired by my visits to the Nuu-Chah-Nulth Nation on Vancouver Island and meeting Elder Allen Dick and the two Nuu-Chah-Nulth communities, Tseshaht and Ahousaht. Other inspirations emerged from my experience as a PhD student and my experiences working with the Anishinaabek peoples in Northern Ontario. As an Indigenous woman from Cape Town, South Africa, I have witness Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 30, 2020 18:42 Tags: indigenous, new-book, the-courage-of-a-nation, trauma-healing

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“I have witnessed many changes because of this work and thus received many rewards. My giving became my receiving. I have witnessed wisdom resulting from this work. In the giving was sharing, in the sharing understanding, in the understanding was joy and love and laughter, and I do believe that this is what is meant to be human.”
Teresa Naseba Marsh, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss

“Tonight, I feel pain
It’s pain from something I endured years ago
It’s a hurt that comes every few months
A pain I’ve come to know as shame
It holds my tongue and doesn’t let me tell
It is not my shame to hold
Yet it holds me down like a foot at my throat”
Teresa Naseba Marsh, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss

“The most crucial aspect of therapy is the development of a good therapeutic alliance with a therapist who is trauma-informed and has a Spiritually open mindset. With this we create a place of safety where we offer information, make sure our clients are grounded, feel empowered, have a way to regulate emotions and feel cared for and respected.”
Teresa Naseba Marsh, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss

“I have witnessed many changes because of this work and thus received many rewards. My giving became my receiving. I have witnessed wisdom resulting from this work. In the giving was sharing, in the sharing understanding, in the understanding was joy and love and laughter, and I do believe that this is what is meant to be human.”
Teresa Naseba Marsh, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss

“Tonight, I feel pain
It’s pain from something I endured years ago
It’s a hurt that comes every few months
A pain I’ve come to know as shame
It holds my tongue and doesn’t let me tell
It is not my shame to hold
Yet it holds me down like a foot at my throat”
Teresa Naseba Marsh, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss

“The most crucial aspect of therapy is the development of a good therapeutic alliance with a therapist who is trauma-informed and has a Spiritually open mindset. With this we create a place of safety where we offer information, make sure our clients are grounded, feel empowered, have a way to regulate emotions and feel cared for and respected.”
Teresa Naseba Marsh, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss

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