For over 15 years, Kathleen McGuire's hard work & kind way has taken her from Winnipeg, Manitoba to Southern British Columbia
as professional Counselor (NNADAP, Family, Community & Outreach) helping many people overcome the traumas attached to substance & sexual abuse.
In 2001 Kathleen specialized as a Residentail School Survivor Counselor in Tr'ondek Kwec'in in the Yukon Territory.
Throughout her career in social work, Kathleen has always maintained and promoted the traditional healing method of The Medicine Wheel,
presenting at all grade school levels, Universities, Health Centers & Institutions primarily in Southern British Colombia.
First Nations Elder's Society, Founder/Director
Elder Speak Wisdom Society, Coordinator/Secretary Tresurer
United Native Nations, Secretary/Treasurer
Role Model, Native Education Center, Vancouver, B.C.
Programs & Writings:
Native Perspective on Family Violence, Smokey Hontus
Rogers Cable TV, BCTV, NVK Productions
Whatever Happened to Kathleen McGuire's Father?
Each Small Step, Writing submission, published '92
As her hard work and dedication describes, Kathleen McGuire's primary focus has always been "...
to assist First Nations families and Communites in their healing process from cultural desperations."
It is through Kathleen's boundless energy assisting many First Nations people out of painfull circumstances into positive life changes that her energy took form & shaped itself into becoming our witty
& wise Elder we call Smokey Hontus
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