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General News · 2nd August 2013
Noba Anderson
This all-day workshop (the open invitation is for the full day not a portion thereof - 9:30 to 4:00 please) is open to everyone, no fee, no registration. If you can, bring food to share for lunch. On-site childcare will be available upon request on a ‘pay what you can basis’ – no one turned away – all welcome. For childcare, please RSVP Noba Anderson at 250-935-0320 or or Fawn Baron at 250-935-8533.

The Learning Outcomes of The Village Workshop are:
- A cognitive and emotional understanding of traditional 1st nations values.
- A deep and emotional insight into the depth of and the intergenerational effects of Colonization and methods for creating supportive relationships in a positive way.

Facilitator Kathi Camilleri, who works with the Cambpell River Aboriginal Outreach Team of Child and Youth Mental Health, hosts this workshop with communities and professionals near and far. I have been fortunate enough to take this workshop and highly recommend it. It is an experiential roll-play that cuts to the heart of our shared aboriginal and colonial past and explores how we may move forward through healing and understanding.
Cortes psychiatrist Donna Dryer will be available as support.

Blessings on your summer.
Noba Anderson