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Cultural Attachment and Indigenous Wellbeing

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The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices

Cultural Attachment and Indigenous Wellbeing

The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices has been providing Cultural Attachment Theory educational workshops successfully to government, non-government organizations, and not for profits since 2009. For a decade, this workshops has successfully provided the foundation for ensuring cultural attachment, program development, and services that ensure Indigenous substantive equaity is met.

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In the launch of our newly formed Cultural Attachment and Indigenous Wellbeing workshop. In this new workshop participants will:

1. Be able to discuss what cultural attachment theory in practice is and how to apply to addiction and mental health services.

2. Be able to apply concepts of cultural attachment theory with principles and standards.

3. Be able to apply concepts of cultural attachment theory into their addiction and mental health service practice.




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Cultural Attachment and Indigenous Wellbeing is an educational seminar designed to introduce non-governmental organization staff, educators, mental health counsellors, social workers, justice workers, community members, and allies across all jurisdictions to the concept of cultural attachment and Indigenous wellbeing.

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In this two-day seminar, participants who are dedicated to Indigenous wellbeing in their services and programs will:

  • Learn the foundation to cultural attachment theory.

  • Learn how to apply it to your work and your personal practice model.

  • Learn how to successfully meet the cultural needs of Indigenous children, youth, young peoples, families, and communities.

  • Learn about the intricacies of Indigenous development

  • Learn the development process to wellbeing.

  • Learn how to use cultural attachment and wellbeing as a measurement.

  • Learn how to develop cultural standards in programs and organizations.

This educational seminar will provide you with the opportunity to understand the fundamentals to cultural attachment and Indigenous wellbeing.




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https://www.culturallyrestorativepractices.ca/summer-sessions




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Contact Mike Mosher, Director of Sales and Program Development

michael.mosher@culturallyrestorativepractices.ca

807-271-0554

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416-873-7116

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About CEO, Estelle Simard, The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices

Simard Biography:

Estelle Simard is from the Anishinaabe Nation, from the territory of Treaty #3, and a member of Couchiching First Nation. Estelle is the Executive Director of the Institute for Culturally Restorative Practice and much of her experience is in the culturally competent management of integrated children’s mental health and child welfare services. She has direct supervisory and clinical services expertise with Aboriginal people and has specialized in family preservation strategies by incorporating cultural activities into service delivery and practice. In addition, she has presented at National and International forums on child welfare on “cultural attachment theory”. This workshop is based on her experience with Weechi-it-te-win Family Services and contains excerpts from her MSW research project. Estelle is currently pursuing Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership/Curriculum and Instruction with the University of Phoenix. Her dissertation is entitled “An exploratory study on cultural attachment theory”.

Contact Information:

Estelle Simard, MSW, RSW, ABD - Education
CEO & Executive Director
The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices
P.O. Box 723
Rainy River, Ontario
P0W 1L0
(807)271-4828
email: estelle.simard@culturallyrestorativepractices.ca
website: www.culturallyrestorativepractices.ca
linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/estelle-simard/30/127/90b



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Register today to become a member of the Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices for:

  • Exclusive Updates

  • Access to new information on Indigenous service delivery and practices

  • Web based learning opportunities

  • volume based discounts

Email Fallon Simard, ithrowbigrocks@gmail.com



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