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Decolonizing Mental Health: Embracing Indigenous Multi-Dimensional Practice
Edited by John E. Charlton, Herman J. Michell, and Sharon L. Acoose
JCharlton Publishing / Softcover / Mar 2020
9781926476216 (ISBN-10: 1926476212)
Indigenous Peoples
price: $49.00 (may be subject to change)
332 pages
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This edited book advocates for embrac­ing an Indigenous understanding of multi-dimensional balance toward de­colonizing the predominantly bio-med­ically oriented mental health system. In­digenous and Western understandings of mental health and illness, what culturally appropriate and accessible services look like, and the need for relation­ship building are discussed. The book concludes with numerous perspec­tives from Indigenous people and their allies.

About the Editors:

Dr. John E. Charlton is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and academic with significant experience working with Indigenous individuals and knowledge systems.

Dr. Herman J. Michell is a member of the Barren Lands First Nation and External Consultant for the Prince Albert Grand Council.

Dr. Sharon L. Acoose is Professor of Indigenous Social Work at First Nations University of Canada.

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