Allie Bad Heart Bull is a member of the CMBM Faculty. Certified in Mind-Body Medicine, she has been involved in CMBM programs for the last ten years.
Allie is an experienced educator, having worked with students of all ages for the past 48 years. She has worked as a School Counselor and Home-Living Specialist at the Pine Ridge School and Dormitory for the past 20 years. Allie is presently certified as an Elementary Teacher and School Counselor in South Dakota, and has also trained as an Alcohol/Drug Counselor at the Hazelden Treatment Center and a Certified Trainer with the Psychology of Mind Institute. Allie is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Bush Fellowship and the Ronald McKinley “All My Relations” Award from the Minnesota Minority Education Partnership, Inc.
Allie earned her MA from the University of South Dakota. She loves to be a wife, mother, and grandmother. She also loves reading self-help books, running 10K races, sewing, and gardening.