The Red Road approach is a natural therapeutic modality for our Lakota People because it is based upon our historical and modern life ways. Whether one is immersed in the Lakota culture, just relearning or balancing the mainstream life-ways and the Lakota life-ways, the Red Road Approach is equally effective.
WELCOME TO THE RED ROAD GATHERING
The 25th Annual Red Road Gathering
Mitakuye Oyasin (We are all Related)
“Calling Your Spirit Back and Releasing from Your Center”
September 18 & 19, 2014
A huge "Thank You" to everyone who made this event a great success once again!
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We come together to share our professional, vocational and personal life experiences in a safe and supportive environment. Through this sharing, we are actively participating in the teachings of Mitakuye Oyasin (All my Relations)." ~ Gene D. Thin Elk
Medicine Wheel Inc., Shakopee Mdewakanton
Sioux Community, Sanford Health, Prairielands Addiction Technology Transfer
Center (PATTC), The University of South Dakota: Student Services, Addiction
Studies Department, Clinical Psychology Training Program, Social Work
Department, Social Work Club, United Church of Christ, Congregational, Wase
Wakpa and Vermillion Community, Red Road Participants and Presenters.
USD and the Red Road Committee are not
responsible for any damaged, lost or stolen property.
Children attending the
Red Road Gathering must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.
RR Committee authorized photographs, audio or video
Please do not take
pictures or record presentations.
For more information please contact Kathy Husby via email or telephone:
Kathy.Husby@usd.edu / 605-677-7234