Straddling the RAZOR WIRE III
About the Book
The third in the Straddling Razor Wire series is aTrilogy of novels and screenplays about real work with high risk children, teens, veterans, first responders and their families in equine therapy programs utilizing each group to design programs to heal themselves, one another and others in Native American traditions of both healing and education. While no real person or life is contained in this trilogy, much of the content is from a compilation of many of the stories of riders over the decades. The stories ad screenplay contain work, both fiction and from the heart of a military and VA Psychiatrist who worked both in the field and VA hospitals. Her stories are based on many stories and do not represent any one patient or therapist. God bless.
About the Author
The Author is the first Native American Rez woman to complete law school in her State. Having done extensive volunteer hours in family and juvenile courts and projects, the author was appointed as the National Director of Native American Family and Juvenile Justice Systems for an Indian Centers USA project utilizing both cultures to address issues of families and juveniles special to Native American Cultures. The Author also now has a Masters Degree in Bicultural Development as well as all but the last paper(wrote five) sign off for a PhD in Public Agencies and Reassessing and Restructuring Public Agencies for International consulting work. Growing up in two cultures is likened to straddling an electrified razor wire fence often seen on military bases and prisons. The second book, a second in a series on Public Agencies FOR the people, not bureaucrats, again brings the thought that supporting the law, Constitution and just plain ethics and morality and being forced to deal with those who sigh and say, ‘that’s way it is” put the author on another electrified razor wire topped fence.