Onaje Muid, MSW, LMHC, CASAC, RJ, is a transformative social work administrator and consultant with over 35 years of direct, administrative supervision and training experience in behavior health, trauma informed systems of care, human rights, cultural competency and social justice. He was inducted into the New York Academy of Medicine as a fellow in 2015, after receiving the National Association of Social Workers, New York Chapter Exemplary Mid-Career Leadership Award in 2014. His trauma studies include that of a post graduate certificate in international trauma for Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, an advanced certificate in family trauma from the Family Trauma Institute and a fellowship with Therapeutic Spiral International. An interdisciplinary professional, Mr. Muid, spans social work direct practice, advising and teaching at Columbia University, Graduate School of Social Work, as well as an appointment as the United Nations Non Governmental Organization (NGO), representative for the International Human Rights Association for American Minorities (IHRAAM). His research and construction of transformative healing modalities led him to pursue a doctoral in social work, of which, he is candidate. He is innovating the Healing Well Method, as he continues to resolve the delirious effects of national oppression and historical trauma for Indigenous and formerly enslaved Africans in the US. He has lectured, presented trainings and workshops throughout the continental USA, South Africa, Puerto Rico and Canada. He is married to Dr. Fatima Hafiz, and share 11 children and 9 grand children among them. They reside in Lansdowne, PA.