COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER, NWAC
Beth Tremblay, also known as, Nipayi Monoqan/Night Rainbow, is a mother, daughter, and sister of Wolastokuk (Wolastoq Homeland) in New Brunswick and represents the Crow Clan from her Grandmother’s lineage and Wolf Clan from her Grandfather’s bloodline. She is a Social Worker, Intuitive Spiritual Healing Activator, and Trauma Informed Life Coach.
Beth has experience supporting several populations from children in the school system, runaway and homeless youth, survivors of sex trafficking, survivors of sexual assault, survivors of domestic/intimate violence, adults experiencing severe and persistent mental illness and homelessness, children and adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities, as well as children and adults who have experienced trauma.
She is a certified teacher in Breath~Body~Mind. She teaches techniques rooted in mindfulness to regulate the nervous system’s overactivation of trauma responses (fight/flight/freeze/fawn).
Beth was raised with traditional teachings by her beloved father, Ron Tremblay/Spaqasit Possesom, Wolastoq Grand Chief (Kci-Sakom). She was also spiritually guided from Sagatay – Gwen Bear a Wolastoqewi-Grandmother, a beautiful elder & teacher who has now crossed over to the spirit world, and gkisedtanamoogk a traditional specialist and teacher from the Wampanoag Nation. She combines her teachings, inner ancestral wisdom, education, and her experiences in a holistic approach to guide and support others along their healing journeys.