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Empowering Resilience in Indigenous Clients

A community workshop facilitated by Chastity Davis

This all day workshop will include a brief lesson of Indigenous History of Canada through an Indigenous women’s lens (highlighting the legislative decisions that have directly affected and oppressed Indigenous women), followed by discussions about trauma and grief from a traditional Indigenous world-view perspective. Participants will look at how Indigenous women traditionally view and work with and through trauma/grief and how participants can “empower resilience” in their Indigenous clients.

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Chastity Davis is a mixed heritage woman of First Nations and European descent. She is a proud member of the Tla’amin Nation, located in Powell River just off the beautiful Sunshine Coast of BC.  Chastity strives to keep her sacred First Nations culture, traditions, and values incorporated into her modern day life. She feels it is her life purpose to facilitate the building of bridges between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and has dedicated her professional and personal life to do so.

WHEN
June 01, 2017 at 9am - 4pm
WHERE
Ramada Duncan 140 Trans Canada Hwy Duncan, BC V9L 3P7 Canada Google map and directions
CONTACT
Jane Sterk · · 250-748-7000
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$50.00 Empowering Resilience with First Nations Clients One-day Professional Development Workshop

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