Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice
Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice

Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

2008
Book
Contributors
Waldram, James B., Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)., National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research.
Description
"The five programs chosen for the study were selected in consultation with the AHF on the basis of several criteria that represent a broad cross-section of relevant geographical, cultural, and service-style considerations and AHF case studies. Programs were located in rural, remote, and urban regions of Canada, from the west coast to the east coast, from urban centre to Subarctic and Arctic, in British Columbia, Nunavut, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and New Brunswick. Some were residential treatment centres, where clients underwent treatment on an in-patient basis; others were outpatient facilities and even drop-in clinics" (Aboriginal Healing in Canada : Studies in Therapeutic Meaning and Practice, pg. 2)

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Alternate Title(s)
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
ISBN
9781897285633
Contents
The models and metaphors of healing / James B. Waldram -- The Commmunity Youth Initiative Project / Naomi Adelson and Amanada Lipinski (MeĢtis) -- Making the intangible manifest: healing practices of the Qul-Aun Trauma Program / Jo-Anne Fiske -- Moving towards healing: a Nunavut case study / Christopher Fletcher and Aaron Denham -- The Pisimweyapiy Counselling Centre: paying the Red Road to wellness in northern Manitoba / Joseph P. Gone (Gros Ventre) -- Building a nation: healing in an urban context / James B. Waldram, Rob Innis (Plains Cree, Cowessess First Nation), Marusia Kaweski, and Calvin Redman.
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