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Decolonizing Trauma Work: Indigenous Stories and Strategies

Category: Book
By (author): Linklater, Renee
Foreword By: Mehl-Madrona, Lewis
Subject:  PSYCHOLOGY / General
  SOCIAL SCIENCE / Indigenous Studies
  SOCIAL SCIENCE / Social Work
Publisher: Fernwood Publishing
Published: May 2014
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 9.00in x 6.00in x 1.00in
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From The Publisher*In Decolonizing Trauma Work, Renee Linklater explores healing and wellness in Indigenous communities on Turtle Island. Drawing on a decolonizing approach, Linklater engages ten Indigenous health care practitioners in a dialogue regarding Indigenous worldviews, notions of wellness and wholistic health, critiques of psychiatry and psychiatric diagnoses, and Indigenous approaches to helping people through trauma, depression and experiences of parallel and multiple realities. Linklater offers purposeful and practical methods to help individuals and communities that have experienced trauma, through stories and strategies that are grounded in Indigenous worldviews and embedded with cultural knowledge. Decolonizing Trauma Work, one of the first books of its kind, is a resource for education and training programs, health care practitioners, healing centres, clinical services and policy initiatives.
From The Publisher*

In Decolonizing Trauma Work, Renee Linklater explores healing and wellness in Indigenous communities on Turtle Island. Drawing on a decolonizing approach, Linklater engages ten Indigenous health care practitioners in a dialogue regarding Indigenous worldviews, notions of wellness and wholistic health, critiques of psychiatry and psychiatric diagnoses, and Indigenous approaches to helping people through trauma, depression and experiences of parallel and multiple realities.

Biographical NoteRenee Linklater is a member of Rainy River First Nation in Northwestern Ontario and is the manager of Aboriginal Community Engagement for the Provincial System Support Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto.