As a healer, organizer, and Indigenous woman, Sierra Asamoa-Tutu believes that each of us has an inherent right to healing and wholeness in the world. For Kaleo Center’s next KaleoExpress, join Sierra for an interactive workshop that explores how our pain has been colonized in ways that rob all of us of our ability to cope with trauma, to heal well, and to be in authentic relationship with ourselves and one another.
Come early to enjoy bagels, coffee, and gluten-free/non-dairy breakfast treats beginning at 8:30 AM. Need directions to United’s new location in St. Paul’s CASE building? Click here.
Sierra Yazzie Asamoa-Tutu is a mother, advocate, and mental health professional in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She grew up near Gallup,New Mexico as the daughter of a Dutch American mother and a Diné (Navajo) father. She is the descendent of survivors of both colonizers and colonized people and sees this identity as a critical opportunity to hold space for healing historical trauma. Sierra earned a B.A. in Global and Intercultural Studies from Calvin College in 2006, and a Master of Social Work from the University of St. Thomas and St. Catherine University in 2013. She has been practicing clinically at the American Indian Family Center as a Healing Generations Therapist since 2014, and also enjoys being part of healing movements in the broader community. She views the world as deeply connected and hopes to positively impact others through healing work and education.