Healing the Red Road

The Red Road

or the Red Path is the Native spiritual path. Walking the Red Road means living in the moment connected to all that surrounds us, respecting all of our relations and Mother Earth and Father Sky. It means finding a balance between and attending to our four sides: spiritual, physical, mental and emotional. It means taking care and respecting ourselves and the Creator. It means being thankful for what we have, to only take what we need and to give back. To give back to those around us and to the spiritual world. And to remember where we have been, to remember and honor our ancestors. It is walking in the right path of life, where we do the right thing even though hard at times.... Its opposite would be the path of self-destruction, also known as the Black Road.

Simply put, the Red Road

is a road of respect, humbleness, truthfulness, spirituality. It is believing that there is a power higher and greater than us who has a path for us. Walking the Red Road is a determined act of living within the Creator's instructions. Each step on our path will be shown to us in time. Those on this road are by no means walking a perfect path, but are in search of self-discovery and instructions. The Red Road desires to provide teaching, encouragement and tools for reconciliation and healing.

Somatic Experiencing Treatment

can rebalance the body with the other three sides to achieve wholesome, lasting changes to heal and place you back on the Red Road. As a licensed SE Practitioner, I specialize and offer treatment for the following:
Specialties
  • Adults
  • LGBT
  • Addiction
  • Victims of Sexual Abuse
  • Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse
  • Victims of Domestic Violence
  • Eating Disorders
  • Adults abused as children
  • Active Duty Military
  • Families of Veterans
  • Perpetrators of Domestic Violence
  • Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Criminal Justice System
  • Native populations
  • Homeless
  • Victims of Mass Disaster
  • Grief and Loss
  • Hospice
  • Veterans
  • Complex PTSD
Insurance Accepted - YesInsurance Type - Flex Spending (FSA)