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Marianela Medrano
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Dominican writer and psychotherapist, keeper of the Taino traditions.
Writer and psychotherapist
PhD in psychology
MS in counseling
BS in Human Services/Women's Studies
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Research Interests:
Taino spirituality
Goddess studies
Oficio de Vivir (1986)
Los Alegres Ojos de la Tristeza (1987)
Regando Esencias/ The Scent of Waiting (1998)
Curada de Espantos (2002)

Healing Balm for Invisible Bruises: Poetry Therapy with Marginalized Men and Women
East Coast Sandplay Journal, Nov. 2007
Institute of Transpersonal Psychology

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At 8:42am on January 6, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
I picked interest in you after going through your short profile and demanding it is necessary for me to write to you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
Best regards,

At 9:18am on July 27, 2009, Maximilian Forte said…
Knock, knock!
At 2:06pm on May 1, 2009, Frank Pascoe said…
Hola Marianela,

Me encanta el nombre "Bee Brook".... entonces eso era un "Bee Brook Dream". Ojala que has encontrado otro lugar igualmente bella para caminar y por vivir. Cuentame de estos libelulas cuando tienes tiempo. Oye... gracias por la energia.
At 7:51pm on April 25, 2009, Frank Pascoe said…
Hola Marianela,

Just checking in to say Hi! and how are you doing?... My research is coming along, painfully slowly but coming along. I am collecting data points. Funny, they seem to come in clusters.

Remembered any Dreams lately? I've been having some fun ones... in fact I saw you in a dream just a few days ago. We came across each other walking on a path in a forest, similar to that place we went for a walk when I visited you. Pero estabamos hablando en Espanol... me estabas contando de una lebelula bella en tu vida.

Hope this day finds you well,
At 8:11pm on February 19, 2009, Frank Pascoe said…
Hola Marianela,

Que divertido verte aqui... por donde tomaste estes fotos?
At 1:11am on December 14, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey, I am dominican too. I had seen your picture before on the right side of the home page. But I had assumed your were from boriken.

On your Research Interests, your wrote. Taino spirituality, You know I am starting to become intersted in this topic. As I am not a fan of the cathlic relgion. The more I read how this religoin was pushed on our taino ancestors the more I get upset. With that said, I will not pray to a rock. But I am very intertsed in the relgions, god etc etc belive in.

Anyways nice to see another taino (a) from kiskeya here.
At 6:09pm on December 8, 2008, Theodore R. Morris said…
I have never seen a birthing petroglyph before. Interesting how people try to preserve ther culture using symbolic art.
At 2:04am on December 7, 2008, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Tau Sister
Bo Matun (Thanks) for adding me as a friend. I see that you had a dialogue with m good friend Leaonard Lies concerning your work in mental health and his work in creating Spanish-language films that promote the mental health peer-to-peer organization NAMI. I want you to know that I have worked with Leonard on these projects on a professional level as his translator and I am truly impressed with the high quality of his work. I have often had fantasies of working with him on some project dealing with some aspect of the Taino resurgence.
I also noticed that you have an interest in our ancestral spirituality.
As a guide in an organization called Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle I share your interest and i look foward to dialogue with you about our mutual interest.
At 7:22pm on December 5, 2008, Jaime Rosario said…
Interesting cave drawings, de donde?
At 1:47pm on August 6, 2008, Leonard A. Lies aka Iguaca Guaribo said…
Hola Marianela~
I noticed in your profile that you are a psychotherapist. This is of interest to me because I have produced many educational films about people with mental illness. I recently produced to hispanic programs for National Nami in the United States. The foundation of the programs deal with helping people to recover using what is called, Peer to Peer recovery techniques. I was wondering what portion of people with mental health disorders do you work with?
Thank you for your time,
Leonard A. Lies IG

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