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Edu-Therapy Solutions
 
Grief and the conflicting emotions caused by loss are cumulative and most often have a growing negative effect on our ability to participate in life. The primary goal of Edu-Therapy™ is to give participants a stable cognitive process to continue to help themselves and their Community with on-going support for 5 years from Edu-Therapy Support. As Physical Care Costs escalate often, Mental Health needs are neglected. Once Certified as an Edu-Therapy Specialist in as little as 6 hours per week, one specialist can bring Mental Resolution of the pain and sadness caused by loss to over 200 people per year. Trained teams can escalate these numbers adding to the resiliency of the Community as people begin to heal at less than the cost of a trip to the ER where little to no emotional care is given.

 
You will learn:

  • Dysfunctional ways people mishandle grief and its intergenerational effect on Communities
  • Emotional damage of rationalization and intellectualization
  • Why Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance Models are the wrong approach for grievers
  • Learn proper techniques for identifying and resolving loss and relationship conflicts
  • Edu-Therapy™ Process formats for individual and group work
  • How to expand your caregiving agency using Edu-Therapy™
  • How to resolve cumulative unresolved issues such as PTS and the Residential School Experience, abuse and trauma
  • How to deal with what’s known and what’s not … when someone goes missing (Ambiguous Loss)

Upcoming Training Dates

London, ON – August 11-14, 2017
Moncton, NB – September 22-25, 2017
Edmonton, AB – September 22-25, 2017
Niagara Falls, ON – October 20-23, 2017
Winnipeg, MB – October 20-23, 2017
Saskatoon, SK – November 3-6, 2017
Vancouver, BC – December 1-4, 2017

 
Register today! Programs fill up quickly.
 
Toll Free: 1-866-476-0209
Fax: 1-866-430-8296
Email: Grief@GoToRegister.ca
Web: www.GoToRegister.ca/Grief
 
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Aki Energy

In March 2013, Rainy River First Nations began the construction of 3 large solar projects located in the townships of Dawson and Morley, just west of Rainy River First Nations.

These projects have:
• Generated an estimated $16 million in revenue in the first year
• Guaranteed $2 million in profit to the Community for 20 years
• Employed up to 250 people during construction
• Created jobs in operations and ongoing maintenance

Benefits to the Community:
Economic – Yearly income of $2 million to the Community
Cultural and Environmental – Respect to Mother Earth and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Employment – Opportunities for Community members and local contractors

Attend the “Alternative Energy & Food Sovereignty National Conference and Tradeshow” to learn more about successes like Rainy River First Nations, and find out more about how to help build your Community to build a self-sufficient sustainable economic future.

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CCAB

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is calling for self-nominations for the National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award. This award recognizes an up-and-coming Aboriginal Entrepreneur under the age of 35. All you have to do is fill out a simple application form and upload a 30 to 60 second video about yourself and your business. The winner will receive a $10,000 financial award and be recognized at CCAB’s 2015 Toronto Gala. Deadline for submissions is Monday, September 1, 2014 at 5:00 pm EST.

Legacy Bowes Group

Legacy Bowes Group welcomes you to the 3rd Annual Human Resource Conference for First Nations, Métis and Inuit. These two days are packed full of inspiring leadership coaching, innovative human resource strategies and powerful personal stories. The event will feature a dynamic lineup of experienced speakers who will discuss HR best practices and provide hands-on training that will enable participants to take away practical knowledge and concepts for implementation within their organizations. Register today!

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Heal Your Heart- Edu-Therapy
Resolution is a skill that must be learned. It is a learning that will last a lifetime. These skills can be easily repeated over and over again. In fact these skills can be passed on to the next generation.The Residential School Experience has harmed many lives. If you are still coping with those negative effects, this Conference and Workshop is for you.
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CANDO
This course will provide students with a general introduction to Canadas legal system and the legal principles that govern business relations. Upon completion of the course, the student will have a good understanding of legislative and judicial processes in Canada; be able to analyze problems and identify relevant legal issues; and be able to conduct legal research. Aboriginal law case studies should be used for critical analysis.
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CANDO
Sharing our stories and celebrating our successes will ensure that economic development initiatives continue to grow. In 1995, the Cando Economic Developer of the Year was created to recognize and promote recent or long-standing Aboriginal economic development initiatives throughout Canada.
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MSES Inc.
In an often changing landscape, it is challenging to know where to turn to ensure that your communitys interests are met and to clarify a vision for now and for future generations. MSES provides the expert advice the in depth reviews and guidance throughout the Environmental Impact Assessment process.
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CANDO
This course will provide students with a general introduction to Canadas legal system and the legal principles that govern business relations. Upon completion of the course, the student will have a good understanding of legislative and judicial processes in Canada; be able to analyze problems and identify relevant legal issues; and be able to conduct legal research.
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