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Manitoba College of Social Workers

Approved Training 


Jann Derrick M.A. RMFT. PhD. 

Ken Genlik RWS. RMFT. PsyD. Can

November 9, 2017 Winnipeg, MB

Prerequisite: The Box and the Circle Basic Training

Healing as a Process

Indigenous families are communally based with relationships situated at the core of community and family. This is distinctly different from the western, nuclear-based, individuals-focused family system.  


Prerequisite: The Box and the Circle Basic Training

One-Day Advanced Clinical Training Objectives:

  • Incorporate the Indigenous values of Kindness,

  • Gentleness, Accountability,

  • Honesty and Humour into clinical practice

  • Recognize attachment challenges in Indigenous family relationships

  • Be knowledgable of the historical disruption of Indigenous family attachments

  • Be introduced to the Indigenous cultural attachment teachings

  • Apply evidence-based healing tools to relieve the attachment challenges

  • Apply evidence-based healing tools to strengthen attachment healing

  • Encourage culturally-based attachment healing methods

  • Apply the attachment healing to inter-generational relationships


Who Should Attend? 

  • Youth Workers 

  • Psychologists

  • Family Therapists

  • Trainers

  • Teachers

  • School Personnel 

  • Family Support Workers 

  • Counsellors 

  • Nurses

  • Social Workers

  • Doctors

  • Lawyers  

  • Foster Parents 

  • Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Frontline Workers 

Fee: ($325 +GST)
(Non-Refundable and includes Lunch) 

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