This research report details our approach to mental health services through a knowledge synthesis research project.
This research report was developed through research of existing early childhood services and supports that are currently available. Data from this research was translated to a community map which provided a visual overview of the early childhood disability system of supports and services across Canada.
This research report explores the benefits of mindfulness-based practices to promote resilience in Indigenous children and youth. Mindfulness is a tool used to recognize, accept and respond to self-destructive thoughts and emotions. These practices can be used to support Indigenous mental, emotional, cultural, and physical wellbeing.
This research report explores what Indigenous land-based approaches can teach us in non-Indigenous contexts and discuss strategies to implement land-based practices with youth.
This research report uses Two-Eyed Seeing to explore self-awareness, self-care, and the different ways that Helper wellbeing can be nurtured within the community.