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Presentation by Dr. Darryl Tonemah

School, work, addictions and so much more! We will understand how our history with stress and being overwhelmed affects our health and behavior today, and we will leave with simple tools to not only deal with our issues, but understand how we heal and how they live in us.

Friday, April 28 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Horizon’s Conference Center in Bay Mills.

The public is welcome to attend.

Darryl Tonemah is a full blooded (Kiowa/Comanche/Tuscarora) Native American psychologist. He has a PhD in counseling psychology and cultural studies and teaches across North America on topics such as health behavior change and how trauma affects behavior. He sits on numerous state and national boards addressing disparities in education, and health care among the Native community. He has committed his professional career to empowering Native Peoples. He uses research, education, music, writing, and acting to reach his audience. He had recorded 9 award winning cd’s. He has also appeared in 3 movies including “The Cherokee Word for Water.” He appeared in the New York City stage productions of “Manahatta” and “Sliver of a Full Moon.” He also has recently appeared on the television series “Nashville.” He has published a book on leadership entitled “Spray Your Swamp Cooler.” He lives in Western New York with his beautify wife and three children.

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