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Decolonization is Everybody's Business: Indigenous Cultural Competency for Researchers, Teachers and Clinicians

April 04, 2016
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We live in a time of decolonization, reconciliation and indigenization, and everyone has a role to play. What's yours? The psychology graduate caucus' three-part workshop series on diversity competency will wrap-up with a two-hour workshop on Indigenous Cultural Competency for researchers, teachers and clinicians facilitated by SFU's Indigenous Graduate Student Coordinator, rupert richardson. This workshop is hosted by the Psychology Graduate Caucus but is open to all.

Please RSVP to Scott Neufeld at sdn2@sfu.ca by Wednesday, April 20 at the latest.

Date: Friday, April 22
Time: 2-4pm
Location: RCB 6152, SFU Burnaby

Facilitator Bio

rupert richardson is of nuxalk  guskimukw and chippewa ancestry   rupert enjoys learning  meeting people and believes in and supports to the best of his abilities the healing of all human beings   in order for rupert to honor the hurt of his ancestors  it is important for him to heal and help others do the same

Facilitator Bio and Workshop Description: 
rupert richardson is of nuxalk  guskimukw and chippewa ancestry   rupert enjoys learning  meeting people and believes in and supports to the best of his abilities the healing of all human beings   in order for rupert to honor the hurt of his ancestors  it is important for him to heal and help others do the same
 
for this workshop one can expect to learn about a cultural competency framework that can be applied to any situation   the stories and materials shared will relate and privilege notions of cultural competency from indigenous perspectives   this session is an introduction as cultural competence is a life-long endeavor   also  please feel free to forward me any questions or topics that you would like to discuss further 
 
shout outs to the mighty coast salish peoples and unceded territories
Facilitator Bio and Workshop Description: 
rupert richardson is of nuxalk  guskimukw and chippewa ancestry   rupert enjoys learning  meeting people and believes in and supports to the best of his abilities the healing of all human beings   in order for rupert to honor the hurt of his ancestors  it is important for him to heal and help others do the same
 
for this workshop one can expect to learn about a cultural competency framework that can be applied to any situation   the stories and materials shared will relate and privilege notions of cultural competency from indigenous perspectives   this session is an introduction as cultural competence is a life-long endeavor   also  please feel free to forward me any questions or topics that you would like to discuss further 
 
shout outs to the mighty coast salish peoples and unceded territories
Facilitator Bio and Workshop Description: 
rupert richardson is of nuxalk  guskimukw and chippewa ancestry   rupert enjoys learning  meeting people and believes in and supports to the best of his abilities the healing of all human beings   in order for rupert to honor the hurt of his ancestors  it is important for him to heal and help others do the same
 
for this workshop one can expect to learn about a cultural competency framework that can be applied to any situation   the stories and materials shared will relate and privilege notions of cultural competency from indigenous perspectives   this session is an introduction as cultural competence is a life-long endeavor   also  please feel free to forward me any questions or topics that you would like to discuss further 
 
shout outs to the mighty coast salish peoples and unceded territories
Facilitator Bio and Workshop Description: 
rupert richardson is of nuxalk  guskimukw and chippewa ancestry   rupert enjoys learning  meeting people and believes in and supports to the best of his abilities the healing of all human beings   in order for rupert to honor the hurt of his ancestors  it is important for him to heal and help others do the same
 
for this workshop one can expect to learn about a cultural competency framework that can be applied to any situation   the stories and materials shared will relate and privilege notions of cultural competency from indigenous perspectives   this session is an introduction as cultural competence is a life-long endeavor   also  please feel free to forward me any questions or topics that you would like to discuss further 
 
shout outs to the mighty coast salish peoples and unceded territories

Workshop Description

for this workshop one can expect to learn about a cultural competency framework that can be applied to any situation   the stories and materials shared will relate and privilege notions of cultural competency from indigenous perspectives   this session is an introduction as cultural competence is a life-long endeavor   also  please feel free to forward me any questions or topics that you would like to discuss further 

shout outs to the mighty coast salish peoples and unceded territories

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