About Me


Kiawenniserathe (Bright Day) Benedict  is Ganye'gehá:ga from Akwesasne, Wolf Clan. The roots and inspiration of her life work come from the teachings of the Peacemaker. 

Her passion is learning, teaching and helping. She has taught over 2000 mental health, addiction and early childhood professionals including Social Work students in the past 20 years. She has focused primarily on Indigenous peoples throughout Turtle Island, as a helper, educator and as an advocate for social change. 

She has developed and delivered curriculum for Social Work education, counsellor education and training in Trauma Informed Care, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy and many others. 

Alison is currently working towards her PhD in Cultural Studies at Queen's University.

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Founded in 2009, our mission is to promote understanding, communication and cultural awareness through a diverse range of healing-centred solutions. From transformative learning experiences to thoughtfully-crafted products, everything we create is imbued with love and a hopeful vision for healing humanity and saving our planet.

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