Dennis Windego

Dennis Windego is committed to transformative healing through culturally rooted and land-based practices. Guided by Anishinabeg culture and ceremonies, he empowers individuals and communities to reclaim their identity, heal from trauma, and connect with the land for holistic wellbeing.

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Indigenous Wisdom in Trauma Recovery:

Land-based Focusing Oriented Therapy

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January – November 2024 | Milton, ON

EDUCATOR

Dennis Windego is from the traditional lands of the Anishinabeg community of Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation in northwestern Ontario. His Anishinabeg name is Zoongwebines, and he is a member of the Lynx clan. Dennis follows the teachings of his late father which guides his decolonizing approach to mental health, addictions, grief, and healing of trauma. He holds an MSW from Laurentian University. He also graduated from the community based, BSW (Hons) program through Seven Generations and Carleton University.
Zoongwebines | Dennis Windego
indigenous wholistic psychotherapist

Why Dennis Windego?

Grow your knowledge and learn indigenous cultural knowledge, wisdom, and ceremonies.

CULTURALLY ROOTED APPROACH

Integrated Indigenous traditions, knowledge, and ceremonies to provide authentic and meaningful healing experiences.

LAND-BASED HEALING EXPERTISE

Profound knowledge in leveraging the healing powers of the land for transformative well-being.

FOCUSED INTERACTIVE TRAINING

Engaging and targeted instruction for practical skill development.

Dennis Workshops and Courses

The Story of my Name Zoongwebines

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