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Indigenous Midwives Recognize & Respond to Family Violence – a workshop series

This will be a four-part workshop series: Jan 26, Feb 2, 9, 16 at 1-3 pm ET. Register once for the entire series. Only 20 places available.

You are invited to a training series on how to recognize and respond to family violence, from an Indigenous perspective. Led by Carol Couchie and Stephanie George, the workshops are designed as learning circles and reflect the diversity of Indigenous Nations and communities, as well as the power of intergenerational teaching.

Do you want to find out more about addressing family violence in a trauma-informed way? You are invited to participate in a four-part on-line workshop series, led by Indigenous midwives and educators Carol Couchie and Stephanie George.

Through storytelling and learning activities, you will learn and discuss:

  • Resilience, strengths and protective factors of our Nations and communities
  • Defining and expanding culturally safe, trauma-informed and aware care
  • Responding to intimate partner violence: practice-based strategies and techniques considering the realities and locations of Indigenous communities
  • Strengthening ancestral and intergenerational circles of love and care

Find out more about the Midwives Recognize & Respond to Family Violence project:

This workshop series will be in English only.