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Find my articles and radio appearances here:

Radio interview on “Shamanic Healing, Light Bodies and Overcoming Trauma” on My Seven Chakras with Aditya.

Radio interview on “Story, Shamanism and Healing Trauma” with Guy McPherson of the The Trauma Therapist.

Radio interview with Aron O’dowd at Sanctit.

Radio interview with Mike Huberty at See You on the Other Side podcast.

“Shamanism: We Are Mother Earth’s Children,” Awareness: Exploring Spirituality, October, 2016.

“Heal Inner Violence, Heal the World,” in The Echo World, January, 2016.

“Mother Earth Mysticism,” in The Echo World, February, 2016.

Meeting the New Shamans: Reintroducing to the West Earth Spirituality,” Feschrift for Natalie Kononenko, Professor & Kule Chair, Department of Languages & Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Slavica Publishers, 2012.

The Reluctant Shaman, YourLifeisaTrip, April 29, 2009.

Should Non-Natives Practice Indigenous Religions, Spirituality & Health Magazine, November-December, 2008.

“The Phenomenology of Violence and Imaginal Portals to Healing: Combining Academic and Indigenous Perspectives to Promote Community Healing from Violence and Oppression,” co-authored with Roberta Culbertson, Director, Institute on Violence and Survival, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, conference proceedings for Continuity and Change: Perspectives on Science and Religion, sponsored by the Metanexus Institute, Philadelphia, PA, June 8-11, 2006.]

“Story and Healing in Action: New Methods for Fostering Heart-to-Heart Dialogue about Race,” with John Alexander, Multicultural Education, Volume 11, No. 2 (Winter): 49-54.

“A Shrine of Healing: Cherokee Practices and Spiritual Integration,” Wildfire: A Journal of Native American Culture, Fall, 1996.

Radio interview on Real Life with Jennifer Till, “Peace is the Human Way,” April 30, 2011, WINA.

Television interview on A Closer Look at Animal Welfare Issues with Tina Evangelista-Eppenstein on the topic of Vicarious Trauma among Animal Welfare Workers. BCTV, 2010.