THE BOX AND THE CIRCLE ADVANCED TRAINING (PRACTICE)

Manitoba College of Social Workers

Approved Training 

By

Jann Derrick M.A. RMFT. PhD. 

Ken Genlik RWS. RMFT. PsyD. Can

February 16, 2019, 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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