The Navajos, who call themselves the Dine, which translates to ‘the people,’ follow the life principle of Hozho, the directive to live harmoniously, “to walk in beauty.” Navajo legends teach succeeding generations to follow this path. Navajo art forms such as weaving and music, along with their daily rituals, all follow this principle. The Navajo world is truly representative of a unified whole. I invite you to follow this path with me in the coming weeks. LIMITED REGISTRATION – 16.

Chelly Sterman, M.S.W.; in private practice for 30+ years working primarily with clients on PTSD issues related to sexual abuse and addiction; taught at Rutgers University’s continuing education and summer school programs with a focus on psychotherapeutic skills; presented workshops and training at various universities and conferences; published by Haworth Press.


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