Jacquelyn Weis is the author of, "Healing the Survivors - 8 Steps to Whole-Self Healing". She is a member of the Northwestern Band Shoshone Nation, a Certified Emotion Code Practitioner, Body Code Practitioner, T3 Therapist, Native Herbalist, Native Holistic Healer, mother, and wife. Jacquelyn shares how strong women, community support, cultural practices, and holistic healing modalities saved her life and helped her heal after her traumas. We discuss generational/ancestral trauma, the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn, Girls, and Two Spirit movement (MMIWG2S), and what non-native people can do to help. She also shares a beautiful song in her native language to bring survivors strength, power, and healing.
Tw/Cw: Sexual assault, rape, trauma, PTSD, depression, suicide, trafficking, violence, genocide, systemic oppression, generational trauma, racism, and spirituality.
Healing the Survivors Book
Healing the Survivors Podcast
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn, Girls, and Two Spirit
Indigenous Intentions - Supports MMIWG2S
Northwestern Band Shoshone Nation
Native Land Map
Jacquelyn Weis is a member of the Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation, who lives in Camas, Washington. She is a Certified Emotion Code Practitioner, Body Code Practitioner, T3 Therapist, Native Herbalist, Native Holistic Healer, Author, podcaster, mother, and wife. She is a survivor of sexual assault and after healing her own trauma she has devoted her life to helping others on their healing journey.