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Diane is a licensed and certified acupuncturist with a Doctorate in Oriental Medicine. She is also a Medical Qi Gong, Practitioner, Certified Classical Homeopath, Certified Flower Essence Practitioner, Trauma Resiliency Therapist, and a National Acupuncture Detox Provider. She has been in practice for more than 40 years. Diane states, "One of the greatest gifts we can give to another living being is to truly listen not with just our ears but our body, mind, and spirit. When we are truly listened to, we begin to heal. And when we begin to heal ourselves, we begin to heal our families, communities, nations, and the world. "Isn't it time to heal together?"
Audrey Sunnyboy is Athabascan Indian/Yupik Eskimo from Nenana. Her mother and father were born and raised on the Yukon River at Tanana and at Pitkas Point, respectively.
Audrey is a Traditional Counselor, a Substance Abuse Counselor, a Traditional healer, and a Pipe Carrier.
Audrey has studied herbs, plants, vitamins, minerals and nutrients since 1969, and substance abuse issues-including Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder from 1988 and 1998. She served as Program Director for Tanana Chiefs Conference Alternative/Traditional Healing Program and was the owner/operator of the Sunny Denyaavee Center, a substance abuse treatment center for 10 plus years.
Audrey is now a member of the Interior Wellness Healers and the Alaskan Healers. She was given her Athabascan name Na Zah Aal Deth Naa, (the one who gets things going), by her good, elder friend, Eddie Hildebrand Sr. of Nulato.
Beverly's story begins sitting in Uncle Peter John's home in Minto, Alaska. In her own words, Beverly states that he sat long legged on the floor, Auntie Elsie sat smiling on the couch. Uncle Peter asked Beverly, "What do you know?" Beverly responds, "I have been to the University of Alaska. My teachings are in Rural Human Services, Relapse Prevention, and Neurolinguistics Programming." Again he asks, "What do you know?" Feeling uneasy, Beverly responds, "I'm a Traditional Counselor." Smiling, Uncle Peter said, "What do you know?" Beverly humbly replies, "I don't know anything." to which Uncle Peter, now laughing, says, "Now you know something!"
Beverly states, "I am Beverly Joseph. My mothers are Virginia Roberts and Belina Dick of Tanana and her father is Joe Roberts. Benjamin Joseph is my father and Sam Joseph David is his father and Sophie Hunter of Stevens Village is his mother. I believe in the healing grace of God the Creator as we ask in faith according to his will. I am a practitioner of Usui System of Reiki Healing, initiated in Fairbanks by Carolyn Winters, Traditional Teaching Master, in July of 1999. My intention is God the Creator is honored."