Wholistic Healing Practices and Colonial Trauma Certificate, Module 8 "Dewagonose: Supporting Healing in Children and Youth" is developed and delivered by the Centre for Indigegogy. In this two-day module, participants will be taught by an Indigenous school social worker who has worked with incarcerated youth, youth in care and is a youth role model and community leader. Participants have an opportunity to learn from her stories and experiences as she practices from both a wholistic and a colonial trauma-informed lens. Together participants will share stories of working with and supporting Indigenous children and youth towards building ways of practices based on strengths and resilience.
- Increased understanding of how colonial trauma impacts children and youth.
- Knowledge of cultural ways o supporting children and youth.
- Methods for building strength and resilience in one's wholistic practice.
This workshop is developed and delivered by the Centre for Indigegogy. To learn more about the Centre for Indigegogy, please visit our website wlu.ca/fsw/indigegogy.
For more information, please contact Raven Morand, Administrative Assistant at email@example.com.
RecommendationsThis workshop makes up 14 out of 84 hours required to receive the Wholsitic Healing Practices and Colonial Trauma Certificate. Modules 1, 2 and 4 are mandatory core modules.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Wholistic Healing Practices and Colonial Trauma Certificate : Wholistic Healing Practices and Colonial Trauma Certificate