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Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8679
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
vii, 268 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research in partnership with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation."
"Edited by James B. Waldram".
"In 1992, a national team of researchers was funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to form the National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research. One of the funded projects within this network was 'Models and Metaphors of Mental Health and Healing in Aboriginal Communities'. Working in conjunction with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), several goals for this project were developed. .... In this publication, we wish to provide a substantial body of data and a pragmatic analysis built around passages offered by the clients and therapists/healers themselves. We want this report to offer guidance to other Aboriginal groups considering their own development of healing programs and to existing health care programs that are interested in developing more culturally appropriate services for an Aboriginal clientele. ..... An important theme that emerges from all of the chapters is the cultural, age, and gender heterogeneity of the client or patient base that is served by these programs. Of particular note, the researchers found that relatively few research participants had personal experiences as residential school students. Rather, what we found is that the legacy of the residential school system has left a deep impact on the social, cultural, and psychological make-up of these individuals. People continue to suffer because of the far-reaching impact of the schools, be it within their own families and communities or intergenerationally because of dysfunctional behaviours passed down from parents or grandparents who did attend. Combating this complex legacy is exactly what these programs are designed to do". pp. 1, 3.
Contents: Contributors -- The Models and Metaphors of Healing / James B. Waldram -- The Community Youth Initiative Project / Naomi Adelson and Amanda Lipinski -- 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: Paving the Red Road to Wellness in Northern Manitoba / Joseph P. Gone -- Building a Nation: Healing in an Urban Context / James B. Waldram, Rob Innes, Marusia Kaweski, and Calvin Redman.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research
Waldram, James B. (James Burgess)
Adelson, Naomi
Denham, Aaron
Fiske, Jo-Anne
Fletcher, Christopher
Gone, Joseph P.
Innes, Robert Alexander
Kaweski, Marusia
Lipinski, Amanda
Redman, Calvin
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health services
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Healing - Canada
Healing - Research - Canada
ISBN
978-1-897285-63-3 (Printed version)
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Location
General Synod Archives
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Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog9148
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
vii, 268 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research in partnership with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation."
"Edited by James B. Waldram".
"In 1992, a national team of researchers was funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to form the National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research. One of the funded projects within this network was 'Models and Metaphors of Mental Health and Healing in Aboriginal Communities'. Working in conjunction with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), several goals for this project were developed. .... In this publication, we wish to provide a substantial body of data and a pragmatic analysis built around passages offered by the clients and therapists/healers themselves. We want this report to offer guidance to other Aboriginal groups considering their own development of healing programs and to existing health care programs that are interested in developing more culturally appropriate services for an Aboriginal clientele. ..... An important theme that emerges from all of the chapters is the cultural, age, and gender heterogeneity of the client or patient base that is served by these programs. Of particular note, the researchers found that relatively few research participants had personal experiences as residential school students. Rather, what we found is that the legacy of the residential school system has left a deep impact on the social, cultural, and psychological make-up of these individuals. People continue to suffer because of the far-reaching impact of the schools, be it within their own families and communities or intergenerationally because of dysfunctional behaviours passed down from parents or grandparents who did attend. Combating this complex legacy is exactly what these programs are designed to do". pp. 1, 3.
Contents: Contributors -- The Models and Metaphors of Healing / James B. Waldram -- The Community Youth Initiative Project / Naomi Adelson and Amanda Lipinski -- 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: Paving the Red Road to Wellness in Northern Manitoba / Joseph P. Gone -- Building a Nation: Healing in an Urban Context / James B. Waldram, Rob Innes, Marusia Kaweski, and Calvin Redman.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research
Waldram, James B. (James Burgess)
Adelson, Naomi
Denham, Aaron
Fiske, Jo-Anne
Fletcher, Christopher
Gone, Joseph P.
Innes, Robert Alexander
Kaweski, Marusia
Lipinski, Amanda
Redman, Calvin
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health services
Healing - Canada
Healing - Research - Canada
ISBN
978-1-897285-63-3 (Printed version)
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Location
General Synod Archives
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Fetal alcohol syndrome among Aboriginal peopel in Canada : review and analysis of the intergenerational linkts to residential schools

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6949
Author
Tait, Caroline L.
Publication Date
2003
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RG 629 F45 T3 2003
Author
Tait, Caroline L.
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2003
Physical_Description
xxiii, 337 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation by Caroline L. Tait".
Includes bibliographical references, p. 279-337.
"Widespread substance abuse, particularly alcohol abuse, among those who attended residential schools has been identified as both an outcome of the residential school experience and a contributing factor to other negative health and social problems among this group and among subsequent generations of Aboriginal people (Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, 1996b). Although no research studies exist that specifically examine the ways in which residential school experiences contributed to current rates of FAS/ARBES [fetal alcohol syndrome/alcohol-related birth effects] among Aboriginal people, this report concludes that the residential school system contributed to high rates of alcohol abuse among those who previously attended the schools and among significant numbers of parents and community members who had their children removed from their care because of the school system. This report also concludes that the residential school system further contributed to alcohol abuse among subsequent generations of Aboriginal people, including women of child-bearing ages." -- Executive Summary.
Contents: Acknowledgements / Caroline L. Tait -- Definitions -- Executive Summary -- Defining the Scope of the Project -- What is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome ? -- Alcohol Use Among Aboriginal Peoples in Canada -- Child Abuse -- Residential Schools -- Contemporary Health and Social Issues Linked to the Residential School System -- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Alcohol-Related Birth Effects: Epidemiology Review -- Risk and Protective Factors for Women -- 'Best Practices': Prevention -- Persons with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Other Alcohol-Related Birth Effects -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: 'Best Practices' -- Appendix B: Diagnostic Criteria for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Alcohol-Related Birth Effects (ARBE) Adopted by the American Institute of Medicine -- Appendix C: Screening Tools for Alcohol Use -- References.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Fetal alcohol syndrome - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Alcohol use
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Health and hygiene
Child abuse - Canada
Indigenous children - Canada
Indigenous women - Canada
ISBN
0-9732763-8-X
Call Number
RG 629 F45 T3 2003
Location
General Synod Archives
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Final report of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5354
Publication Date
c2006
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 96.5 A22 F5 2006
Corporate Author
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
c2006
Physical_Description
3 v. : ill.
Material Type
Book
Notes
3 volumes each with different sub-titles and authors. Volume I: A Healing Journey: Reclaiming Wellness / Prepared by Marlene Brant Castellano. Volume II: Measuring Progress: Program Evaluation / Prepared by Kishk Anaquot Health Research. Volume III: Promising Healing Practices in Aboriginal Communities / Prepared by Linda Archibald.
Includes bibliographical references but no indexes.
OTCH also has "A healing journey : final report, summary points" separately catalogued.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Castellano, Marlene Brant, 1935-
Kishk Anaquot Health Research
Archibald, Linda
Reclaiming wellness
Measuring progress: program evaluation
Promising healing practices in aboriginal communities
Subjects
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada) - Evaluation
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
ISBN
1-897285-22-1 (v. 1)
1-897285-23-X (v. 2)
1-897285-24-8 (v. 3)
Call Number
E 96.5 A22 F5 2006
Location
General Synod Archives
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A healing journey : final report, summary points

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5355
Publication Date
c2006
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 96.5 A22 H4 2006
Corporate Author
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
c2006
Physical_Description
48 p. : ill. (col.) ; 21.5 x 28 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title: A healing journey : final report, summary points.
Half-title page: Final report of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation : A healing journey : summary points.
In English and French on facing pages.
"The Aboriginal Healing Foundation's Final Report attempts to capture seven years of work among community-based healing initiatives that address the intergenerational legacy of Canada's Indian residential schools system. This publication summarizes the highlights of a three-volume report and is intended to provide the reader with a useful understanding of the healing work the AHF has supported". -- A Message from the President, Georges Erasmus, p. 2.
Contents: A Message from the President / Georges Erasmus -- A Survivor's Story / Shirley Williams -- The Final Report -- The Past -- Map of Residential Schools -- The Aboriginal Healing Foundation is Established -- Mission of the AHF -- The Aboriginal Healing Foundation Logic Model -- AHF Funding -- The Distribution of the Healing Fund -- Approved Grants: June 1999 to March 2005 -- The Present -- Impact of AHF Funding -- What the Projects Tell Us -- Community Healing Journey -- What Participants Tell Us -- Survivor's Healing Journey -- Participation in Healing Activities -- Effectiveness of Healing Activities -- The Future -- The Costs of Healing in Perspective -- Investments in Healing -- AHF Recommends -- Conclusion.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
A healing journey : final report, summary points
Erasmus, Georges (George Henry), 1948-
Un cheminement de guerison : points sommaires du Rapport final
Subjects
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada) - Evaluation
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
ISBN
1-897285-12-4
Call Number
E 96.5 A22 H4 2006
Location
General Synod Archives
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Mental health profiles for a sample of British Columbia's Aboriginal survivors of the Canadian residential schools system

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4367
Author
Corrado, Raymond R.
Publication Date
2003
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5C67 2003
Author
Corrado, Raymond R.
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2003
Physical_Description
iii, 64 p. ; 28 x 21 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for The Aboriginal Healing Foundation by Raymond R. Corrado, Irwin M. Cohen, Corrado Research and Evaluation Associates Inc."
Includes bibliographical references.
"In June 2001, Corrado Research and Evaluation Associates Inc. proceeded with a research project to examine the mental health outcomes of a sample of 127 Aboriginal people who had litigated the federal government of Canada, the United Church of Canada, the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church for the abuse they suffered as residents of the residential school system. The Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF) provided the funding and policy directions for the research, which is intended to assist in understanding the extent, types and effects of physical, sexual and psychological/emotional abuse on the mental health of a sample of Aboriginal Survivors of the residential school system. Three clinicians who have extensive experience working with Aboriginal Survivors collaborated in the development of the research project and provided the case files that constitute the data base for this report". -- Project Background, p. 1.
Contents: Executive Summary -- Project Background -- Canadian Literature and Research on the Residential Schools System -- Mental Health Problems and Aboriginal People -- Research Methodology -- Data Analysis -- Conclusions -- References.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Cohen, Irwin M.
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - British Columbia - Mental health
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Education
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
ISBN
0-9733431-2-5
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5C67 2003
Location
General Synod Archives
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Reclaiming connections : understanding residential school trauma among Aboriginal people : a resource manual

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6899
Author
Chansonneuve, Deborah
Publication Date
2005
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 96.2 C433 2005
Author
Chansonneuve, Deborah
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2005
Physical_Description
93, A1-29, B1-9, C1-13, Reference1-3 p. ; 28 x 21 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for The Aboriginal Healing Foundation By Deborah Chansonneuve."
Includes bibliographical references.
"'Reclaiming Connections' is based on a manual developed by the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health in Ottawa, Ontario, as a resource tool for frontline workers and educators. It has been adapted from this earlier version to suit the needs of a larger, national audience". -- Acknowledgements.
"This manual was created as a learning and reference tool for groups and organizations providing services to Aboriginal peoples. Its focus is trauma recovery for Survivors of residential school abuse, as well as for their descendants who suffer the intergenerational impacts. It is designed to serve two purposes. First, it provides a culture-based approach to trauma recovery in the context of residential school abuse for frontline workers. Secondly, it is an educational tool to raise awareness of Aboriginal culture and history in Canada". -- Intro.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Preface -- Introduction -- A Snapshot of Life Prior to Contact and Colonization -- Section I: Pre-Contact History -- Section II: Residential Schools -- Section III: What is Trauma ? -- Section IV: Impacts of Trauma on Workers -- Appendix A: Fact Sheets -- Appendix B: Aboriginal Healing Models -- Appendix C: Annotated Bibliography -- References.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Spiritual healing - Canada
Post-traumatic stress disorder - Canada
Indigenous children - Crimes against - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Healing
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Mental health counseling - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
ISBN
0-9736647-2-X
Call Number
E 96.2 C433 2005
Location
General Synod Archives
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Warrior-caregivers : understanding the challenges and healing of First Nations men : a guide prepared for The Healing Foundation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6906
Author
Mussell, William Julius, 1938-
Publication Date
2005
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 98 S67 M88 2005
Author
Mussell, William Julius, 1938-
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2005
Physical_Description
146 p. ; 28 x 23 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"A guide prepared for The Aboriginal Healing Foundation by W.J. (Bill) Mussell."
Includes bibliographical references, p. 133-146.
"In my work ... I have discovered that little is known about strengths of healthy, nuclear and extended families of any of the Aboriginal cultures in Canada. This absence of information poses a huge challenge for anyone wanting to discuss how to make change in the lives of any Aboriginal population. Gender analysis of pertinent Aboriginal cultures is even more difficult to find..... In this guide, I share knowledge relevant to two target populations: (a) parents desiring to raise healthy, strong and responsible male children and youth; and (b) community workers and other leaders working with abusive and abused First Nations males. I draw on my formal education and what I learned non-formally and informally to be successful in my work as a probation officer, social worker, program planner, community leader, manager, post-secondary educator, son, brother, father, uncle and trusted friend". -- About the author, p. 23-24.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Key Definitions -- Part I: Background and overview -- Part II: Key findings from the literature review -- Part III: Key findings from interviews: Perceptions of First Nations males -- Part IV: Painting the big picture -- Part V: Grieving, healing and personal empowerment -- Part VI: Strengthening community of care -- Appendix A: Methodology -- Appendix B: Worldview -- Appendix C: The story of Pete and Sadie -- Appendix D: Relationship building -- Appendix E: Big picture -- Appendix F: Survival skills -- Appendix G: Medicine Wheel -- Appendix H: Awareness Wheel -- Appendix I: Risk and protective factors -- Appendix J: Victim-rescuer-persecutor and nurturer model -- Reference/ Bibliography.
Plastic spiral binding.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Interviews
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Social conditions
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Cultural assimilation
Indigenous peoples - Canada - History
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Services for
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
ISBN
0-9736647-6-2
Call Number
E 98 S67 M88 2005
Location
General Synod Archives
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