In July 2013, Counselors Without Borders (CWB) facilitated an outreach to the Oglala Sioux Tribe in Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The trip was led by George Mason University (GMU) Counseling & Development faculty member Dr. Rachael Goodman and Dr. Elizabeth Warson of American Indian Art Therapy (AIAT). Eight master’s level counseling students from GMU (Eliina Belenkiy, Michelle Cantrell, Erika Davis, Richard Hang, Brian Jacobs, Jeny Martinez, Ricardo Sanchez, Heather Streetman) and one master’s level counseling student from Kean University (Siegna Willis) participated in the two-week cross-cultural counseling outreach. Continue reading
The Counselors Without Borders team visit will be in collaboration with the American Indian Art Therapy (AIAT) Program at the invitation of Ricky Gray Grass, Tribal Consultant for the Oglala Sioux Tribe.More information regarding this activity will be forthcoming.
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