First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Wellness
Project Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Ontario First Nations, Inuit and Métis Wellness promotes an integrated approach to health and wellness that values medical and Indigenous knowledges. Our vision is that ECHO Ontario First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Wellness will build a community of practice that addresses mental and physical wellness from the perspective of wholism, and support primary and community care providers in their support of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis clients/patients.
Location: Zoom Videoconferencing
Time: 12:00PM to 2:00PM EST
Length: 12 Sessions
When: Wednesday Afternoons (Weekly)
Target Audience: The program is for Ontario-based individuals that serve First Nations, Inuit and/or Métis clients/patients through Indigenous healthcare services/organizations. We also have limited space for those who serve Indigenous clients through organizations with significant focused programming for Indigenous communities.
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Below is a list of curriculum topics that are often featured in this program.
- Orientation to Model, Personal Care and Resilience
- Substance Use
- Developmental Trauma
- Safety & Healing in Ceremony
- Culturally Informed Suicide Prevention
- Grief and Loss
- Vicarious Trauma and Transference
- Trauma Interventions
- Personal Care and Resilience of Health Providers
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
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**Note: Registration for the next round of programs will open in Summer 2022.
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Welcome, Introduction, and Announcements – 15 minutes
Didactic Presentation – 40 minutes
Case Discussion – 50 minutes
Addressing Outstanding Questions and Session Wrap-Up – 15 minutes
WHAT'S THE COMMITMENT?
Attend 60% of program sessions
Present an anonymized case
Participate in group discussions
Provide feedback about the sessions and overall program
WHO'S RUNNING THESE SESSIONS?
Our program sessions are run by an inter-professional Community Resource Team.
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These individuals make up our Community Resource Team:
- Renee Linklater (Co-Lead & Senior Director, Shkaabe Makwa)
- Victor Vien (Co-Lead & Psychiatrist)
- Jonathan Bertram (Addiction Medicine Physician)
- Heidi Maracle (Social Worker & Implementation Specialist)
- Dale Kuehl (Social Worker and Advanced Practice Clinical Leader, Shkaabe Makwa)
- Cynthia White (Traditional Healer)
- Walter Lindstone (Implementation Specialist)