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Cultural Competency - Working With Aboriginal Peoples: A non
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Indigenous People and the Social Work Profession - National
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The Talking Circle: A Perspective in Culturally Appropriate Group
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Cultural competency in the delivery of health services for Indigenous
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Cultural Safety Circles And Indigenous Peoples' Perspectives - Eric
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(2012). “Rethinking cultural competence: Insights from indigenous
Even within psychology, this approach to cultural competence is controversial owing to professional ... peoples, First Nations peoples, American Indians .... adapted from Sue's earlier work (D. W. Sue et al., 1992), comprise what has been .... has relevance not only for indigenous mental health treatment, but for contemporary.

Cultural Competence and Cultural Safety in First Nations, Inuit and
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A Framework for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nursing - CNA – AIIC
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Australian Indigenous Cultural competence and nursing
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Culturally Competent Evaluation for Aboriginal Communities: A
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Culturally Competent Service Provision Issues - Pimatisiwin
Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 6(2) 2008 155. Culturally ... Key Words: Aboriginal Peoples, HIV/AIDS, Cultural Competence, Addictions ... new infections are levelling off in the non-Aboriginal population. ... cies of the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network also share this perspective.

what do mental health practioners need to know when working with
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Recommendations for Counseling Native Americans: Results of a
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Culturally Competent Care for Aboriginal Women - National
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Child welfare approaches for Indigenous communities: international
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Health Professionals Working With First Nations, Inuit, and Métis
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Culturally competent evaluation in Indian Country - Better Evaluation
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Culturally Restorative Child Welfare Practice - A Special Emphasis
practices have impacted First Nation people, families, and communities. These laws ... Aboriginal authorities does not mean that the practice orientation will ..... social work intervention; seeking cultural competence .... a non-native perspective.

Indigenous People in a Multicultural Society - Phillips Indian Educators
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