Image: For years, Indigenous students at Syracuse University have been urging administrators to increase campus supports for them, including in the counseling center. Now, in addition to pet therapy, meditation and roommate mediation, Syracuse students can seek treatment from Diane Schenandoah, a faith keeper of the Oneida Nation who uses traditional practices—including hands-on energy work and ceremonial rituals—to bring about healing. “It’s hard for Indigenous students to talk to...READ FULL ARTICLE »
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