Graham is an Ojibwe consultant from northern Ontario’s Temagami First Nation. He is an addiction and trauma-focused workshop / group facilitator, counsellor, educator, sweat lodge keeper, and artisan.
Graham is a Certified Addictions Counsellor, a Certified Clinical Supervisor and a Certified Clinical Traumatologist.
His work is grounded in his personal experience which includes addressing childhood trauma, overcoming addiction and direct experience with the justice system. He uses western ways as tools, NOT as an identity replacement. Graham focuses on three principles in his work: purpose, ceremony and spirituality. He works with people to develop their own definition of safety and trust while emphasizing the importance of addressing grief and loss so as to move towards reclaiming life.