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Date/Time
Date(s) - 20/11/2014
11:15 am - 1:00 pm

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Webinar Description
This webinar will support service providers in understanding the impact of colonialism on mental health outcomes for Aboriginal youth. The webinar will also look at the work of the Child and Parent Research Institute’s (CPRI) integrative practices of Aboriginal traditional holistic knowledge with western clinical approaches to create unique culturally appropriate services for Aboriginal kids and their families in the mental health system. The incorporation of ceremonies, practices, education and traditional strategies (Aboriginal worldview) offer grounding, validation and capacity development for all while seeking to link and blend contributions from western health practices (mainstream worldview).

Presenters
1. John Rice, Zahgausgai/Mukwa Dodem, is an Ojibwa/Anishinabeninni and a 3rd Degree member of the Three Fires Midewiwin Society from Wasauksing First Nation near Parry Sound, Ontario.
2. Lisa Martin , MSW, RSW “Bagaanmad-kwe and Wabun Ahnung” (Having Met the Wind Element & Morningstar) Crane Clan, Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation.

For further details regarding the event and to register
http://complexneeds.ca/webinars/webinar-5-hidden-assumptions-challenging-colonial-norms-for-better-mental-health-outcomes-for-aboriginal-children-and-youth/