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Decolonizing the Healing Process from Sexual Trauma
Corrine McArthur
JCharlton Publishing / Softcover / Jul 2020
9781926476377 (ISBN-10: 1926476379)
Indigenous Peoples / Sexual Abuse
price: $19.00 (may be subject to change)
66 pages
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This guide is designed to educate non-Indigenous counsellors on the impacts of the assimilation policies that still affect Indigenous people and communities. Mainstream counselling approaches are integrated with Indigenous spiritual healing practices for Indigenous clients and their families who have been impacted by sexual abuse. Indigenous cultures contain many strategies to help those who have been trau­matized, and sharing this traditional knowledge with service provid­ers will assist in the understanding of how to incorporate cultural strategies in their practices. This book provides exercises and hand­outs within the Appendix.

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