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E Holomua i ka ʻIke Kūpuna/Moving Forward in the Wisdom of Our Ancestors
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Thursday, September 29 • 9:35am - 10:35am
Noho Pono: A way of being present

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The intent of this presentation is to share the concept of Noho Pono as a protective factor and a way to resolve conflict in peaceful way. This will be helpful for individuals, couples, families, work, school, peer environments, etc.

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Dr. Dayna Schultz

Psychologist, Independent Practitioner
Tuesday, June 141:45 pm – 3:00 pm – E Hoʻi i ke Ola PonoDr. Dayna Schultz is a Native Hawaiian survivor of trauma who has turned her struggle into strength in the efforts of helping others in their healing journey. Dr. Dayna Schultz has earned a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology... Read More →
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Dolly Tatofi

Cultural Resource, Independent Practitioner
Dolly has come to find that she is divinely guided by her kūpuna in each moment. Born and raised on the island of Oʻahu, she has come learn and experience what connection is all about due to the rich and diverse upbringing that she had in the islands. She has been blessed to work... Read More →

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Vanessa Ganir

Care Coordinator, Imua Family Services

Thursday September 29, 2022 9:35am - 10:35am HST
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