Drew Lacefield, MS, LPC, NCC
Education, empowerment, collective culture, and connectedness allow healing from inter-generational trauma. This session seeks to explore healing, wellness and balance in Indigenous and Western cultures. There will be discussion on brain and body science, as well as the positive impact of indigenous wellness practices. Participants can expect to walk away with a deeper understanding of modern practices as a complement to ancestral knowledge and ways.
Drew Lacefield is a licensed professional counselor. She is a former educator turned clinician, whose experiences encompass working within indigenous and diverse populations of all ages. Drew has a bachelor degree in education from UW-Milwaukee and a master degree in professional counseling from Concordia University with a certificate in substance abuse counseling. She is currently working on her doctoral degree in behavioral health leadership at Walden University and is currently a manager and clinician for Menominee County’s Behavioral Health Unit. Drew recently opened a nonprofit organization, One RBN Wellness. She seeks to improve mental health outcomes for indigenous populations through her RBN concept… Relate, Build, Nurture. Drew integrates attachment theory with indigenous knowledge to inform her practice, interactions, and teaching.