Join Grandmothers Voice in welcoming
Internationally Acclaimed Indigenous Psychotherapist to our community.
Monday May 3rd, at 10 am
“I will offer tools and skills to encourage engagement, connection and support for one another, it’s a collective process” Dennis Windego
Grandmothers Voice invited Dennis to share his gifts with our collective communities to support us during this time of mental health awareness.
Dennis Windego, M.S.W is a Coordinator with the Focusing Institute in New York. N.Y. He facilitates and provides psychotherapy in the areas of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders and Complex Trauma. Dennis has been providing one on one, family and group sessions for over 25 years within outpatient treatment settings in First Nations and Inuit communities across Canada. He has been a guest speaker at many conferences and healing gatherings involving the judicial, education and health systems. Dennis develops and facilitates land-based, culturally relevant programs which builds on existing programs and services within communities and organizations. He is a former student of St. Margaret’s Indian Residential School in Fort Francis, Ontario. Through his own personal healing journey, he brings his experience and knowledge to assist other survivors in the healing of direct and intergenerational trauma.