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2011 Tribal Cultural Competency Training - November 17-18th, 2011

SANFORD EVENT CENTER

 


2011 Tribal Cultural Competency Training - November 17-18th, 2011

“Building Your Tribal Cultural Competency Toolbox”

A Mental Health Crisis Conference for Professionals and Para-Professionals invested in the Mental Health and wellbeing of Indigenous People

November 17-18th, 2011

THE SANFORD EVENT CENTER

1111 Event Center Dr., Bemidji, MN — Gate 4 — 8:00am – 5:00pm

Free CEU’s! A total of 5 CEU’s per day are offered

Early Bird Registration $35.00 By Nov 1, 2011 — At the door, if available $45.00

Registration includes meals & entertainment

8:00am – Continental breakfast

8:45am – Conference Ceremonies Begin

Sponsored by the Region II Adult Mental Health Initiative with funds from the Minnesota Department of Human Services Mobile Crisis Grant

Please choose five (5) presentations each day in order of your preference. You will be able to attend three (3)

presentations each day. Presentations will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If your top three (3) choices

are full, we will register you for your fourth choice, etc.

November 17, 2011

_____PROMISING PRACTICE: Dr. Antony Stately

_____HISTORICAL TRAUMA: Mr. Marlin Farley

_____RED LAKE SCHOOL PANEL DISCUSSION

_____NATIVE AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE OF A BEHAVIORAL HEALTH MODEL: Dr. Albert Allick

_____TALKING CIRCLE: Ms. Nancy Kingbird

November 18, 2011

_____EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT INDIANS BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK:

Dr. Anton Treuer

_____CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING: Sergeant Steve Wickelgren and Dr. Herb Grant

_____RESILIENCY: Ms. Rochelle Johnson

_____CULTURAL IDENTITY AND THE NATIVE CLIENT: Dr. John Gonzalez

_____TALKING CIRCLE: Mr. Dennis Hisgun

_____TALKING CIRCLE: Ms. Sharon Columbus

Key Note Address

Day One: A SYNOPSIS OF HISTORY: Dr. Antony Stately

Day Two: LIBERATION PSYCHOLOGY: HELPING CLIENTS BY HEALING OURSELVES: Dr. John Gonzalez

Group Presentations

Day One: WHITE PRIVILEGE: Mr. Don Day

Day Two: TRADITIONAL HEALING PRACTICES: Mr. Michael Dahl

Entertainment

Day One: “BUT BABY I LOVE YOU”: New Native Theatre; St Paul MN

Day Two: HAND DRUMS: Lyz Jaakola, Oshkigiizhik Singers

 

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