2018 Working with Dreams from an Aboriginal Focusing Approach
We will look at the importance of dreams when unraveling trauma and intergenerational wounds and acknowledge them as being places to open to for healing and resiliencies.
This introductory, hands-on, experiential course is intended for counselors, social workers, crisis teams, healers, therapists, doctors, nurses and teachers, as well as those who work in/with public & private agencies, hospitals, community mental health centers, educational settings, and/or in various other cross-cultural situations/settings including communities of color.
Shirley Turcotte, RCC, is a Métis knowledge keeper and registered clinical counsellor, working internationally with survivors of childhood abuses, torture, and complex traumas, including Residential School Syndrome, for the last three decades.
Jeffrey J. Schiffer, PhD, is a Métis cultural anthropologist and has worked with Indigenous peoples in Canada, the United States and Guatemala, in both urban and rural communities.