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"It is Medicine, the Peoples' Stories": Digital Storytelling and American Indians with Dr. Virgil Moorehead

Dr. Virgil Moorehead, Jr. is an enrolled member of Big Lagoon Rancheria (Yurok & Tolowa) and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology.  He is currently doing a post-doc fellowship at Stanford (CAPS) where he is uses his experience working with American Indians in college student mental health to bridge the gap between indigenous and western-based forms of healing.
This Mind, Body, and Culture Workshop Series brings together scholars, doctors, and activists who study trauma and healing and provides a dynamic and interactive venue in which they can grapple with a wide range of issues and approaches pertinent to this field.

Details

When:

Monday, February 2, 2015. 04:30 PM

Where:

Lane History Corner (Building 200), Room 302

Sponsor:

Stanford Research Group on Collective Trauma and Healing
macooley@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free and open to the public and all Stanford faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates. Refreshments will be served. Please contact [macooley@stanford.edu] for information about remote participation.