Pre/Post CONFERENCE masterclass
The Gatekeeper Cultures and Spirituality - Interventionist to Suicide
BOOK YOUR PLACE AT THIS MASTERCLASS, BECOME AN INTERVENTIONIST TO SUICIDE AND LEARN STRATEGIES IN MANAGING
INTER-GENERATIONAL TRAUMA TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF SUICIDE IN OUR COMMUNITIES.
Worrying about how your team, family and community effectively assist and manage clients experiencing inter-generational trauma? Indigenous peoples around the world endured several generations of trauma and other neurological effects and compromised behavioural immunity which leads to behavioural indicators such as substance-abuse and suicide. Our current generation is impacted by structural violence, poverty, racism, governmental neglect and ongoing hostilities, and unfortunately our mob have learned our lessons in traumatization as well where in many situations, we have internalised the trauma imposed on ourselves and turned onto our own families, communities, and ourselves.
This one-day workshop will teach you:
The strong benefits of recapturing and revitalising our languages, cultures and spirituality
Infuse our health care with what is known as trauma-informed care and become an interventionist to suicide
Understand and utilise trauma-informed care to heal ourselves, our clients, and our communities.
Strategies in managing clients and families affected by inter-generational trauma and break the cycle of suicide in our communities.
In Just One Day You Can Learn Strategies how to become an interventionist to suicide and work effectively with your clients who are experiencing inter-generational trauma and their families.
This workshop is composed of three parts:
Trauma-Focused Care (1.50 Hour)
Embrace Life: First People’s Paladins’ – Suicide Gatekeepers (1.50 Hour)
Talking Circle: Discussion of Being a First Person’s suicide gatekeeper or ‘peer-interventionist’ (1.00 Hour)
The Gatekeeper Cultures and Spirituality - Interventionist to Suicide Masterclass is strictly limited to 30 people only.
Workshop Cost is $330. Call or email us to register for this optional masterclass.
Dr. Joseph B. Stone, PhD, an Anasaki-pikuni ceremonialist and traditionalist and member of the OKKAN (Sundance), the Last Star Thunder Medicine Pipe and Beaver Lodge. He is a clinical psychologist and with his partner, Amber Logan, owner of Indigenous Development Specialists of Havelock North, New Zealand. Dr. Stone works at Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga – a Kaupapa Maori Health Provider; Awhina Whanu Family Services, and the Napier Family Centre all located in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. He has clinical experience with adult prisoners and corrections and juvenile justice in both New Zealand and USA. He is affiliated with the National Center on Trauma and Project Making Medicine – Indian Health Service Assessment and Treatment of Child Abuse at Oklahoma State University. He has presented too and served as consultant to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs of Native Youth Suicide. Dr. Stone’s publications include articles on trauma, suicide, and other cultural / behavioural issues.
To register, please complete the online conference Registration Form Here