November 8th, 2018 – Connect to Communities with Kim Haxton from IndigenEYEZ

IndigenEYEZ is back for part 2 of the Connect series. In this session, we will explore systems and traditional and contemporary models for change. We will open dialogue on the changes you want to foster in your communities. IndigenEYEZ will share tools for team building and engaging in courageous conversations. The impacts of colonization and the meaning of truth and reconciliation will be explored as we identify the next steps forward in our journey (individually & collectively).

Some questions we will discuss include:

  • What fosters change in community?
  • How do we unite our people across the generations when the divides are deep and complex between families, sectors and ages?

Thank you for everyone’s interest and participation, this session’s Video is now available for viewing!

Everyone welcome to participate:

Date: Thursday, November 8th, 2018 (PST
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am
Where: Videoconference OR internet webinar.
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Registration: required to participate


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Meet Our Presenter:

Kim Haxton, IndigenEYEZ Founding Facilitator

Kim is Potowatomi from the Wasauksing First Nation in northern Ontario. With degrees in geography and outdoor recreation, Kim has two decades of experience doing wilderness therapy and leadership development with aboriginal youth.

After 20 years studying with indigenous healers from Nepal, Thailand, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, Belize, Haiti, and North America, Kim has become deeply involved in the healing of community and individual. Kim’s extensive work in trauma counselling training has given her the opportunity to work hands-on with survivors of disaster, whether man-made or natural, whether immediate or ancestral. Paired with Kim’s trauma work and healing knowledge is a strong background in wilderness therapy that has allowed her to support peoples’ discovery of their internal compass while establishing their relationship to nature. Kim brings a unique perspective to healing which includes traditional and modern modalities. Kim is convinced of the power of individuals and communities to enact their own healing through decolonization and harmonizing with nature.




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