Oklevueha Native American Church Faith Based Organization
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Many healers trained in traditional indigenous modalities have found it difficult to be taken seriously because they have received their education in a different way. Many achieve their education in apprenticeships through hands on training.
Over the last century Western medicine has taken the lead over indigenous modalities which unfortunately has elbowed Traditional Medicine practiced by different tribes across the globe out of formalized education and licensing. We are here to change that.
Oklevueha Native American Church is a sovereign institution that is governed under Federal Native American Monastic Authority and Jurisdiction. Sovereign organizations such as ONAC, are private membership, and do not work with the General Public.
Jenn has an extensive background in Nutritional Therapy, Parasitology, Plant Medicine, Kundalini Therapy. She is the Founder of Infinitely Healing Indigenous Priory, AUIM Labs, and the School of Infinite Healing.
Dr. Jenn has presented for the American University of Indigenous Medicine and is respected internationally. She holds degrees in Metaphysical Science, Indigenous Medicine, Metaphysics and Divinity. (Honoris Causa). Jenn is currently finishing an additional Doctorate in Parapsychology.
James brings a background of social science analysis and research to ONAC University. He received degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Brigham Young University and conducted research and grant writing while a PhD student at Rice University. James brings an understanding of how indigenous healthcare practices intersect with Westernized assumptions of medicine through his interests of medical sociology and sociology of religion.
James is also a Minister of Health and is our Branch President for ONAC of the Lotus Sanctuary. He is an advocate for healing the whole self and works with students as they pursue expertise in their field of interest within indigenous healthcare practices.
Dr. Victoria McDonald is the CEO and founder of Guided Holistic Health. She has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from WSU and received her Doctorate of Pharmacy from Temple University School of Pharmacy. She has been practicing pharmacy for over 13 years in various settings.
Victoria has a passion for body chemistry and empowering people in their health. She works with patients to make sure the medications they're taking are optimized for them, their body's blueprint, and their personal health.
Dr. Richard P. Anderson, is the owner and director of THE ēSSENTIAL DENTIST, a holistic dental treatment office that uses essential oils to bring whole body wellness to his patients. He brings 25 years of experience in all aspects of advanced dental care with emphasis on treatment through advanced technology and holistic oral care treatment.
He is an advanced trainer for the latest dental technologies and lectures worldwide on how to make technology-based dental practice fast, efficient, and profitable through advanced team-based systems and marketing. He also teaches as an advanced essential oil specialist for dōTERRA, teaching oral and systemic health care through natural means.
Linzee holds a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and has extensive background in Human development with specializations in Mindfulness mental health practices.
She has been trained internationally in Plant Medicine work and currently sees clients locally and long distance. She is the Director of Retreats and Chief of Staff for ONAC of The Lotus Sanctuary and
Linzee is currently finishing her Doctorate in Metaphysical Counseling.
Oklevueha Native American Church is a Federally recognized Tribal Monastic organization that has centered its mission around the preservation of Indigenous Sacred Medicines and Modalities which bring healing and peace to the community.
ONAC has set the precedent of preserving medicines and modalities that have been practiced for thousands of years by indigenous people.
ONAC is the only Bonafide Native American Monastic organization that is recognized to have jurisdiction to practice outside of reservation land.
Only members may participate and attend different ONAC Branches, Healing Centers, and University and continuing education classes.
ONAC is a non-profit organization which has created a beautiful benefit to all that choose to elect healing as their preferred modality through indigenous medicines and modalities.
Because there are no boards to verify credentials in the indigenous world, it makes it difficult to verify how your therapist has been trained. Unfortunately, that makes working in the world of Indigenous Medicine tricky at times. ONAC has chosen to create an answer for those wanting to work under this jurisdiction. ONAC University of Indigenous Medicine, has created various degree and therapeutic courses to validate education. Upon completion of your coursework, your credentials will be presented to the Tribal Council and Board for approval to practice within the membership at large.
All of ONACS Medicine People, and Branch Leaders are carefully vetted to be sure they can provide a safe, legal, and focused healing experience.
All University coursework will be credentialed to work within the ONAC Membership. We are also currently obtaining Private and Public Credentialling.
Yes, ONAC has created a Faith Based Educational Organization which is legally granted to Tribal Organizations by the Federal Government. However, it is not specific to one religion. It simply means that Degrees offered will be considered Theology Degrees with specialization in your preferred field.
When obtaining your license, an additional recognition will be given as a licensed Minister of Health. This is imperative for those that are working in the healing arts of body work etc as it permits your license to touch.
ONAC University of Indigenous Medicine is key to helping healers that want to work in a protected jurisdiction that honors and respects Indigenous Medicine.
ONAC is a private membership organization and offers membership to those that want to receive care, education and participate in indigenous modalities and the jurisdiction of healing.
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