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Featured Presenter - Episode 4

An Indigenous woman is holding her newborn on a cradleboard. Her older child stands at her side holding a large feather.

Dr. Jus Crea Giammarino, N.D. (Penobscot)

Raised with her Penobscot culture and spiritual practices, Dr. Jus Crea realized the healing powers of nature at a young age. Rich with ancestral knowledge of healing, medicine, and midwifery, Dr. Jus Crea received a BS in Ethnobotany and Holistic Health from UMass, Amherst and a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the University of Bridgeport in Ct with advanced training in womenʼs health and pediatrics.


She has also trained as an auricular acupuncture detox specialist at Lincoln Hospital, WTS therapy for restorative healing, Indigenous Midwifery with Mewinzha Ondaadiziike Wiigaming and is a Certified Indigenous Breastfeeding Counselor.


Dr. Jus Crea has lectured extensively on herbal medicine, ethnobotany, midwifery, naturopathic medicine, environmental medicine, and her cultural history and traditions.


She was previously an adjunct professor of nutrition at Springfield College and pathology at STCC as well as a primary care physician in Brattleboro VT. Dr. Jus Crea has been practicing Naturopathic Family Medicine at The Integrative Health Group in Springfield MA since STTU.


Currently, she also enjoys teaching her Wabanaki herbal apprentices and raising her children. She is passionate about her cultural healing practices and works towards the reclamation of her Wabanaki traditions, spiritual practices, and language.

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