Garrigues inherited the journalistic itch from her father and grandfather, both reporters.  After honing her research and interviewing skills as a San Francisco private investigator, she went on to work for several years as a freelance writer and photographer based in Latin America.   Later, she continued to write for diverse publications, with a special focus on Native, environmental and cultural topics.  You can view  samples of her work by clicking on the following links: 

Indian Country Today

Yes Magazine

BillMoyers.com

Her exposure to a variety of cultures created an interest in collective and historical trauma, which led her to write and speak on this issue  as well as to create the website Healingcollectivetrauma.com

Journalism

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