Indigena Counseling & Wellness
Indigena is healing center with locations in Auburn & Granite Bay, Ca. where individuals and groups who are seeking to address stress, burnout, and/or trauma can be supported by practitioners who embrace the values of Respect, Cultural Humility, Connection, Care, Compassion and Integrative Wellness.
Indigena Counseling & Wellness Center works with individuals, youth, and teams/groups that are seeking integrative services to decrease their stress load, improve performance and to heal their body and mind. Services including mental health therapy, Holistic Health Coaching, Mindfulness,Wellness Retreats/Intensives, Light, Vibration & Sound healing.
Our goal is to train and create a network for healers & integrative wellness focused professionals who serve our communities and also work collaboratively.
Brainspotting Consultant/Trainer, SEP (Somatic Experiencing Practitioner), EMDR Trained. Social Work and Brainspotting Consultation is available for tribal agencies and communities. Regina provides integrative person-centered attachment focused approach with children, adolescents and adults which is neuroscience informed.
Regina is licensed as an LCSW in California, Montana and Louisiana.
Specialties: Native/Indigenous populations, substance abuse, adoption, developmental trauma, historical/intergenerational trauma, oppression, ADHD, first/second responders, sensory processing issues, sports performance, creativity enhancement, & expansion. Regina is also specialized in providing consultation to BIPOC identified Brainspotting clinicians seeking certification and providing Brainspotting Phase I & Phase II training.
Wellness/Integrative health Services
Regina is in the process of completing her PhD in Integrative Medicine and holds a Bachelor in Holistic Health Sciences & Quantum Health Coach certificate.
Vibroacoustic lounge w/ binaural sound & guided imagery
Heartmath Biofeedback for wellbeing, emotional regulation & stress reduction
ILS/My Unyte & Huso Sound therapies- for nervous system regulation & sensory integration
PEMF therapy- FDA approved for bone growth, pain, & depression
Alpha Stim (cranial electro stimulation) for pain, depression, anxiety & insomnia
InLight LED Light Therapy. This Class II medical device is FDA cleared for increasing circulation and decreasing inflammation.
Far infrared sauna with chromotherapy, red light therapy, halotherapy, & aromatherapy integrated Guided imagery can be added to the vibroacoustic and sauna therapy session
Ear seeding is also available to help support the integration between sessions
Meet the Team
Regina is the primary therapist/clinician at Indigena Counseling & Wellness Center. She is licensed in California, Louisiana & Montana as an LCSW. Regina is originally from Louisiana and am a member of the United Houma Nation tribe. In her spare time, she participates in hula and also local native community. Regina originally trained with Kumu Kathy Kapua Anela Templeton in Seattle, Wa. who gave Regina her Hawaiian name, Pi'ilani. Regina performed and trained with Kumu Sandy Schiffbauer & Kumu Pamela Locquiao-Fabro in San Jose. These days, she performs and trains with Kumu Natasha Moani Forsberg in the Sacramento area. Kumu Natasha's Grandmother, Rosalie Lokalia Stearns, trained both Natasha and Regina's former Kumu Sandy. Regina is very proud to be part of this lineage and legacy.
7/2021 Brainspotting International Conference: Brainspotting and Native/Indigenous Populations: Exploration of the Overlaps Between Indigenous beliefs, traditions, and view of healing as it relates to the Brainspotting
2022 ISSTD 39th Annual Conference: Healing Trauma and Dissociation in Indigenous Populations
4/2022 NATI Conference: Brainspotting for Native Populations
5/2022 ASU/IHS Behavioral Health Conference: Decolonizing Trauma Work: Indigenous Beliefs, Practices, & Healing in Relation to Brainspotting
4/2023 NATI Conference:
(1)Decolonizing Trauma Work: Exploration of Indigenous Beliefs, Practices & Healing in Relation to Brainspotting
(2) Healing Trauma & Dissociation in Indigenous Populations
Shayan is a Reception and Wellness Associate. She is available on Tuesday afternoons. Shayan is trained in Biofeedback, Vibroacoustic Therapy, Light Therapy, & PEMF. Her favorite modality is Earseeding.
Hi my name is Izzy, I am a recent graduate from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo where I studied Psychology. At Indigena I have enjoyed working in the wellness center providing ear seeding and soon will be trained in ILS therapy. I am hoping to become a licensed marriage and family therapist one day, and have enjoyed learning from Regina about integrated treatment while getting to help others. In my free time I enjoy reading, cooking, and playing soccer.
I know that it is sometimes hard to meet in the office. Sometimes you’re too busy, live too far away, or have trouble finding childcare. So I’ve added video counseling services. Now we can meet wherever it’s most convenient for you – your couch, your kitchen, or your hotel room. All you need is a computer and broadband internet access. It’s secure and accepted by major health insurance companies. And - perhaps the best reason to consider it is the ease of use. If you’ve got any questions at all just let me know. I’m happy to help you figure out whether video sessions make sense for you.