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A Conversation with Dr Eduardo Duran—A BIAPoC Retreat

with Eduardo Duran

June 1, 2022

This retreat is reserved those who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, Asian or People of Color.

Eduardo Duran (Apache/Tewa) is a psychologist who has been working in Indigenous communities most of his professional career. He is a Vietnam Veteran who started his academic training after being discharged from the US Navy. He has been involved in Buddhist and traditional Native practices for many years, and his work is informed by traditional teachings from Native elders as he creates a hybrid model in his clinical practice to address the deeper issues resulting from soul wounding.

Eduardo is the author of Buddha in Redface (Writers Club Press, 2003), a story that deals with these traditions as well as our karmic relationship to the Earth. He is also the author of Healing the Soul Wound: Trauma-informed Counseling for Indigenous Communities and Native American Postcolonial Psychology.

Dr Duran would like to have questions and topics of discussion sent to him before our gathering.  Please send those to Robin Wells at wells.robin@gmail.com.

These conversations are sponsored by the BIAPoC Sangha Group, an ongoing bimonthly meeting of sangha members who identify as Black, Indigenous, Asian, or as People of Color, gathering for peer-facilitated practice, study, empowerment and discussion.

Your registration confirmation will include a Zoom link.

Teacher

Eduardo Duran
Eduardo Duran (Apache/Tewa) is a psychologist who has been working in indigenous communities most of his professional career. He is a Vietnam Veteran who started his academic training after being discharged from the US Navy. He has been involved in Buddhist and traditional Native practices for many years, and his work is informed by traditional teachings from Native elders as he creates a hybrid model in his clinical practice to address the deeper issues resulting from soul wounding. Eduardo is the author of Buddha in Redface (Writers Club Press, 2003), a story that deals with these traditions as well as our karmic relationship to the Earth. He is also the author of Healing the Soul Wound: Trauma-informed Counseling for Indigenous Communities and Native American Postcolonial Psychology. He presently lives in the forest east of Bozeman, Montana.
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