Event Series Community Event

Full Moon Ceremony - May

St. Paul's United Church 454 Rebecca St, Oakville, ON, Canada

Join us Thursday, May 23 at 7:30pm at St Paul's United Church, Oakville. Gather in-person with community to honour Grandmother Moon and each other. May's Full Moon is the Flower Moon, or Corn Planting Moon. Prepare your water, tea, bundle, and sacred space to honour yourself and send blessings to the world.

Indigenous Wisdom in Trauma Recovery

Puslinch Building - Country Heritage Park 8560 Tremaine Rd, Milton, ON, Canada

Module 4: Advanced Focusing Oriented Therapy and Trauma You will learn to identify and practice helping people move through memory, intergenerational, and vicarious flashbacks, and abreactions. You will explore how unresolved current and historical traumas play out in relationships and develop implicit body centered observation skills. You will continue to practice and deepen your skills in FOT and develop implicit body-centered observation skills. Aboriginal /Indigenous creation stories, language, songs, storytelling and the concepts of “gifts” will be addressed where appropriate.

Event Series Community Event

National Indigenous People's Day

The Meeting House, Oakville 2700 Bristol Circle, Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Grandmother’s Voice invites your organization to join us on June 21st, 2024, to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. Hosted right in your neighbourhood, we have a full day planned of influential speakers, performances, food, and activities. Learn about Indigenous worldviews and perspectives that are to be shared with all people, connecting us to the natural world and each other. Take part in hands-on activities, singing, dancing, and mingling with Indigenous Grandmothers and Residential School Survivors.

Get Tickets Free – $10.00

Event Series Dennis Windego

Indigenous Wisdom in Trauma Recovery

Puslinch Building - Country Heritage Park 8560 Tremaine Rd, Milton, ON, Canada

Module 5: Depression, Grieving and Anxiety You will learn to assess various aspects and complexities of depression and ‘personality disorders’ to determine the best treatment approaches. Suffering, grieving and grief rituals are explored. You will continue to practice and deepen your skills in FOT and start learning how to ‘flush’ complex memory and intergenerational trauma in FOT sessions. Indigenous Knowledge frameworks, ceremony, song and connection to land, geography, seasons and elements will be explored as implicit resource development.