Patricia Anne Davis

International Educator, Diné Healer
United States
I am an Indigenous American Indian Elder. My English name is Patricia Anne Davis and my Dine’ ceremonial name is One who has no enemies or conveys “Peacemaker.” I am born of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw-Chahta, and born to the yeii dine’e taa chii nii clan of the Navajo/Dine’ Nation. My maternal grandparents are Chahta and my paternal grandparents are the kin yaa aanii clan of the Dine’.  My late father initiated me at age 8. He was my initiator and teacher. I am a diagnostician and practitioner by tribal lineage, training and initiation. I translated Dine’ Blessed Way ceremonial principles into a Wellness Restoration process. I design Presentations, Training, Ceremony and Workshops within the Domain of Hozho Dine’ Natural Order Law Indigenous Spirituality. I designed a program known as the “Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process,” which I use in my work with individuals and groups. Sessions are generally about 90 minutes.
This process is:
  • Inclusive of all ethnic nationalities
  • Cross-cultural
  • Intergenerational
  • Restores resources to the next generation of youth
  • Universal in practical life application and can be translated into any language
I am an experienced administrator, grant writer, international teacher, a skilled Consultant and Facilitator with organizations, families and groups. I worked in the Health and Human Services profession twenty years with public and private programs; community organizations; addiction recovery outpatient counseling programs; inpatient residential centers; and, volunteered in federal corrections; state prison system and the Urban and Native community.  I was one of the original writers of the innovative K-12 Beauty Way … A Way of Life Curriculum (1990) with the Dine’ Division of Education in Window Rock, AZ.  We designed culturally-proficient scope and sequence lesson plans, 10 videos, 20 posters, 4 booklets and a teacher user manual. I have traveled, as an International Educator and Healer, to England, Canada, Mexico, France, New Zealand, Egypt, Ecuador, Siberia Russia, Japan and Bermuda.
In addition to my work as an educator and healer, I also design ceremonial clothing, Pow-Wow shawls, Gourd Dance shawls, and NAC prayer shawls using the name Rez Regalia.
  • Modern languages: English
  • Original languages: Diné Bizaad
  • In my community I am known as: International Educator, Diné Healer
  • The origin of my shamanic practice is: North American
  • Additional healing modalities: Indigenous Ceremonial Change Process
  • My areas of strength / passion include: Sexual abuse trauma, Addiction / Substance Abuse, Ancestral Issues, Depression, Family Conflict / Separation / Divorce, Parenting, Relationship / Co-dependency, Spiritual Possession, Spirituality, Trauma / PTSD, Women’s Issues / Menopause
  • I work with people who have: Beginner experience with shamanic healing, Intermediate experience with shamanic healing, Advanced experience with shamanic healing
  • My client focus is: Adults, Children, Families, Groups, Individuals
  • Years in practice: Over 20 years
  • Fee per hour: $ 150
  • Fee per session: $ 200
  • Website: https://www.nativeamericanconcepts@wordpress.com
  • I offer sessions: In person, Phone, Zoom, FaceTime, WhatsApp / Signal / Telegram
  • I accept payment via: PayPal, Zelle
  • I offer a 15 minute free consultation
    Accepting new clients

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