Our Mission and Vision
Song of the Wolf Healing Center offers a variety of exposure to the animals and therapeutic activities. Our vision is to create a sacred, healing space for all who enter.
People who struggle with addiction and mental health issues are incredibly sensitive creatures, and wolf-dogs reflect this to us due to the fact, they too are attuned to their environment and are highly intuitive sentient beings.
The wolf-human bond has been going on for many centuries. The First Peoples lived in harmony with all of Mother Earth’s inhabitants.. Wolves taught us how to hunt, build dens, and live in packs (families). Our connection to these beautiful creatures runs deep in our DNA.
Addicts and those struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) do not trust. Placing yourself mindfully with these animals creates a bond. These animals know who you are before you even sit down in their spaces. Sitting with our animals teaches people to trust again and be present in the moment. The minds of those struggling with PTSD is constantly churning. To sit with these animals and allow their mind to rest, and be present is truly a gift. This practice helps humans to remember their bodies, tune into their environment, the Earth, and it allows them to be young again. Our primary objective is to create a safe space for the animals and humans; educate humans on the importance of these animals for our environment; and provide the opportunity for healing to occur in the animal-human relationship.