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This course studies the important components in understanding the psychological health and wellness of Canada’s Indigenous peoples. Specifically, this course is designed as an introductory course for both Indigenous (FNMI) and non-Indigenous professionals focusing on enhancing students’ competencies in understanding and working with Indigenous individuals and communities. The course will facilitate development of self-awareness, theoretical knowledge, and Indigenous knowledge of colonization and its impact on Indigenous peoples. It will introduce the historical, political, spiritual, and philosophical contexts that inform the psychological experiences of many Indigenous peoples and communities in Canada.
PREREQUISITE(S): Second-year standing (a minimum of 30.0 credit hours)
Registration Dates: 16-Mar-2017 to 11-May-2017
Attributes: Fine Arts & Humanities (GLER)
MW, 6:00 - 8:50 PM TH 173
More information will be forthcoming.