PANDEMIC RESPONSE: Due to COVID-19, ALL 2020 CONFERENCES ARE POSTPONED TO 2021.

We at ICS acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

To make things easier for our delegates, we have designed two specialized websites that can be accessed through your

     ONE  - laptops and desktop computers

     TWO - phones and other mobile devices (iPad & tablet)  

Please note this site is continually being updated. We apologise if some of the navigational buttons are not working or out of place. If you find difficulties getting the information you need, please contact ICS by phone 07 419 428 03 or e-mail us at adminics@iinet.net.au

 

PANDEMIC RESPONSE

                          DUE TO THE PANDEMIC COVID-19, NO CONFERENCE OR WORKSHOPS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED BUT 

all 2020 conferences had been postponed to new dates!

For more detailed information about the conference you are interested in, please click on the specific conference page. 

ICS has pencilled in new conference dates with venues as a back-up just in case COVID-19 is still a factor in 2021.

We have taken this approach so that it gives confidence and clarity to our delegates.

The health and safety of our participants at the conference is our highest priority.

We wish everyone the best of health and safe journeys throughout this time.

 LAST UPDATE 15.7.2020

Indigenous Development Specialists (I.D.S.) by Dr Joseph Stone Lakota (Sioux) & Associates

Joseph B. Stone, PhD, Amskaapii-Pikuni & Lakota Clinical Psychologist & Addiction Specialist USA

This workshop is one of the No Sundown for our Children training series. This training reinforces an Indigenous framework for community revitalisation.  Portions of westernised science are presented and examined. First People select what of westernised science they want to incorporate.  The focus is on ameliorating colonisation and historical trauma’s by products: addictive behaviour, interpersonal violence and suicide.