ITSC is extremely pleased to welcome Daniel Bejar to our virtual UWO campus to speak to us about healing, spiritually. Focusing on the state of cultural and social health of our country, he will explore the behaviors that have been modeled to us, the cycle we perpetuate and focus on the HOW component of “how we can heal”.
Daniel Bejar is a Mescalero Apache elder living in Glendale, Az. He is a husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. As a Sundance leader he follows Traditional ways of believing. Daniel is a strong advocate of combining traditional American Indian healing practices with conventional Western medicine.
Professionally, he has been a Traditional Practitioner and clinical therapist for 36 years. He was a Traditional Practitioner and spiritual advisor at Department of Veteran Affairs and provided leadership development at Levi Strauss and Volkswagen, speaking about spirituality in the workplace.
Daniel has been in recovery for 36 years.
Sponsored by the InterTribal Student Council (ITSC)