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Important: Change of Location Announced January 21, 2019 to Mahmawi Ataskowin 2323-32 Ave nw Calgary
Cost per session: ALIGN Members: $350+GST Non-Members: $450+GST
AGENDA February 6, 7, 8,
Optional Sweat Lodge Feb 9th, 2019
Day 1 9am – 12:00 Noon Dr Reg Crowshoe
Opening Ceremony Introductions teachings and protocols
12:00 – 1:00pm Complimentary Lunch
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Cultural Who
Identifying Cultural Confusion
Day 2 9am – 12:00 Noon Kerrie Moore
Smudge Prayer Sharing Circle
Trauma Theory, Attachment and Brain Development
12:00 – 1:00 pm Complimentary Lunch
1:00 – 4:00pm Adrian Goulet
Value of First Nations Music, Ceremonial Songs, Validation Song
Cultural Programming in the Urban Context
Day 3 9am – 12:00 noon Dr Reg Crowshoe Cultural What
Cultural Interpretation and parallel meaning
Cultural Regulated System – Avoiding Cultural Confusion
12:00 – 1:00 pm Complimentary Lunch
1:00 – 4:00 pm Cultural How Reg Crowshoe
Cultural Solutions Process and Direction
Implementation and Skills Development
Optional Sweat Lodge Day Elder Pat Daigneault
Sweat Lodge Protocols & Practices discussed during training
10 am – 2:00 pm
30 mins drive South of Calgary
Full details given at the training
20 ACSW “A” credits for full attendance
How do I understand the recommendations of the Truth and Recommendation Commission (TRC) or the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)? How can I apply these directions to my own life, and to my work with Indigenous people? How do I act as an ally? What does that look like? How do I offer programs that are meaningful to Indigenous Albertans? What does intergenerational trauma mean?
Space is limited to 25 participants
This training is intended to provide professionals who are interested in expanding their knowledge on working with Indigenous peoples through an educational and experiential opportunity. Over three and a half days (3.5), participants will gain a deeper understanding, and personal experience on Indigenous history and perspectives through various traditional teachings and protocols, and how these relate to the delivery of human services with Indigenous service users. As previous participants said,
“Reg and Rose are also incredible teachers and knowledge holders. They are presenting concepts that are difficult for “white mind thinkers” to grasp. I am really gaining some amazing insight. I am excited to carry forward in my work, and hopefully build upon. The intimacy and sharing of the stories will be treasured. I loved how the facilitators not only welcomed you to the learning’s, but also their personal stories. During the breaks the teachings continued. Thank you for that. I will share what I can and look forward too many more teaching – Thank you” – May 2016.
How do I understand the recommendations of the Truth and Recommendation Commission or the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?
How can I apply these directions to my own life, and to my work with Indigenous people?
How do I act as an ally? What does that look like?
How do I offer programs that are meaningful to Indigenous Albertans?
What does intergenerational trauma mean?
If you are thinking about these things, we invite you to join us on a learning journey…..
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