nanda-gikendan – seek to know it, seek to learn it
Ninoshenh Counseling offers workshops to the community
The workshops can be accessed in two ways:
1) Organizations book their own customizable workshops
2) Individuals or small groups purchase tickets to upcoming workshops
All of my workshop offerings are available to collaborate with local community offerings. If your community would like to include Elder’s and/or Knowledge Keepers, it is supported and encouraged. My workshops pair well with culture and art workshops in the same day.
Wellbeing of employees is exceptionally important in these times. Whether you follow a remote, in-office, or blended arrangement, wellbeing activities can help employees be more resilient and fulfilled, and contribute to your organization thriving even better.
I provide consultations and training for the following areas:
- Wellbeing workshops designed specifically for your organization
- Practicing from an Indigenous worldview with Indigenous specific strategies
- Conducting team-building exercises to strengthen connections
- Arranging one-on-one counseling sessions for employees
An Indigenous Approach to Mama Trauma (*NEW date November 7th, 2023 & February 21st, 2023 at 9:30am – 12pm PST)
Who is this Workshop for:
This workshop is for anyone who works with Indigenous Mother’s. Example’s are Birth Workers (Doulas, Midwives), Early Childhood Workers, Support Workers, Teachers, Coaches, Social Workers, Health Care Workers and any other Community Workers that feel it is a good fit for them.
These workshop’s have limited tickets available to ensure optimal learning space for all participants. If interested in group tickets please reach out and I can create a custom one for your group size. Each workshop I provide will have a limited number of community tickets at no cost. These are for anyone who could benefit from a free ticket. These tickets go fast once released so keep an eye open for them.
About the Workshop:
Niimama’s (Mama’s) have been parenting in isolation for a long time. There was isolation well before the current world turn of events from the past few years. This workshop explores this and also what impact traumas and isolation has on Mama’s and their families. What is our role as workers or members of this Mama’s village. And in what ways we can support healing and connection for these Mama’s
I am trained to facilitate SafeTALK Suicide Prevention Training
LivingWorks safeTALK is a four-hour face-to-face workshop featuring powerful presentations, audiovisuals, and skills practice.
At a LivingWorks safeTALK workshop, you’ll learn how to prevent suicide by recognizing signs, engaging someone, and connecting them to an intervention resource for further support.
Your Ninoshenh Community
Ninoshenh (Auntie) Counseling is about building the village around Mama’s and Aunties at all stages, including pregnancy. Our community of support can include collaboration with Birth Workers, including Midwives, Birth Keepers (Doulas), and Natural Health Practitioners.
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Do you have additional questions about our counseling and community services? We’d love to hear from you! Just fill out our handy form, and we’ll be in touch soon!