Kathleen Harrison

KatHarrison

Kathleen is an independent scholar and ethnobotanist. She has initiated and participated in recurrent fieldwork, mostly among indigenous people in Latin America, since the 1970s. She is the president and co-founder of Botanical Dimensions, a non-profit organization that has worked for 30 years to collect medicinal and shamanic species and their lore, that helps us understand how to regard them. Kat teaches intensive field courses in Hawaii, and integrative healing traditions in California. She helps her students understand the nature-based worldviews of traditional cultures, along with the role of plants in healing and story. She is based in rural Northern California (West Sonoma County) and Hawaii. For more information, see: www.botanicaldimensions.org

2016 Session 1

  1. Integration of Extraordinary Experiences, from Traumatic to Visionary
  2. The Serpentine Path of an Indigenous Healer's Family

2015 Session 2

  1. Indigenous Shamanic Healing with Mushrooms, Plants & Ceremony
  2. Models of Health & Illness in Native Worldviews

2014 Session 1

  1. Indigenous Shamanic Healing with Mushrooms, Plants & Ceremony
  2. Models of Health & Illness in Native Worldviews

 

Session 1 Teachers

Theano Alexopoulou

DeAnna Batdorff

Ami Brusca

Samantha Corsiglia

Lynda Emashowski

EagleSong Evans Gardener

Kathleen Harrison

Jessi Lea Langston

Jennifer Monin L.Ac., M.S.

Katherine Novotny

Michele Palazzo

Jenn Rawling 

Angela Reese

Beth Reidel

Anja Robinson

Taya Shopen

Stargazer Li

Anya Tyutyunik, L.Ac

Sheila Walsh

Crones

High Crone Jill

Young Women

Jennifer Monin L.Ac., M.S.

Mid-Kids

Colleen M Bingham & Krysta Hodson

Siobhan Loughney

Jenn Rawling

Other Classes

Stargazer Li