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This book will evoke in the reader a Spiritual energy, hope, compassion and understanding of healing from Intergenerational Trauma and Addiction. The author brings to life our journey as Indigenous Peoples globally from atrocities, oppression and multiple loss to healing and liberation of Spirit, mind, body and emotions. Written with soul language, poetry and story telling ...more
Kindle Edition, 176 pages
Published August 2020 by Tellwell Talent
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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 wor
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