Join Nicole Ineese-Nash, Nyle Johnston, and Kaitlyn Wilcox as they discuss culturally safe practices to support youth beyond reconciliation
Join Nicole Ineese-Nash and Maggie Stein as they discuss evidence-based and culturally safe approaches for supporting Indigenous youth.
Join Nicole Ineese-Nash and Lauren Akbar as they discuss how you can support youth during COVID-19 using principles of youth support and reflective activities.
In this session Nicole Ineese-Nash, Nyle Johnston, and Kaitlyn Wilcox discuss how to best support indigenous children and youth in culturally safe practices beyond reconciliation.
In this 30-minute online session, FOPT members Nicole Ineese-Nash and Lauren Akbar discuss theoretical and practical ways parents and adults working with youth may support young people during the challenging time of social distancing. We discuss ecological system changes impacting young people, principles of youth support, and offer reflective activities to engage in with the young people in your life.
Join Nicole Ineese-Nash and Maggie Stein hosted in this online interactive webinar designed to offer evidence-based and culturally safe approaches for supporting Indigenous youth. This webinar presents findings from a knowledge synthesis project braiding together key principles of Indigenous mental health models (IK), Child and Youth Care (CYC) approaches, and Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT) practices. This approach aims to serve the mental and spiritual health needs of Indigenous youth.