About Daniel

Daniel Foor, Ph.D., is a practitioner and teacher of earth-honoring spiritual traditions. He leads non-dogmatic, heart-centered trainings and rituals that engage the ancestors and the natural/elemental worlds with the intent of remembering our personal destiny and gifts here in service to the Earth. 

Daniel has studied world religion for 20 years with an emphasis on Mahayana Buddhism, Islamic Sufism, and diverse forms of indigenous, earth-honoring wisdom. His academic training includes a Ph.D. in psychology from Saybrook University, an M.A. in counseling from the Sofia University, and a B.S.S. in religious studies from Ohio University. His doctoral research focused on the intersection of psychotherapy and shamanic healing. Daniel has lived in the Czech Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Egypt, and Morocco. His current home is Durham, North Carolina.

Daniel’s blood ancestors are Northern and Western European immigrants to North America (Irish, English, German) and he loves his family deeply. By encouraging close work with family ancestors, he emphasizes that we are all from lineages that understood, or perhaps still understand, how to live well with the Earth. 

 

Daniel Foor, doctor en ciencias, professional especializado en asesoramiento y terapia familiar y de pareja, imparte cursos de formación, rituales y círculos de comunidad para honrar a los antepasados, armonizar nuestras relaciones con el mundo natural y tomar consciencia de nuestro destino y vocación. Desde hace mucho tiempo se dedica a los estudios de las tradiciones de veneración de la tierra por nuestros antecesores europeos y por los pueblos nativos de América. Siendo sacerdote ordenado en la tradición Ifa/Orisha de los Yoruba de África Occidental y licenciado en salud mental, Daniel ofrece tutorías individuales por Skype.