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04/10/2014 2:00PM - 04/13/2014 12:30PM
White Bison, Inc. and the Wellbriety Movement are honored to offer a three-day Gathering in the Spring of 2014 focused on the Intergenerational Healing of American Indian, Alaska Native and First Nations families.
This gathering will continue the tradition and format of the many White Bison and Wellbriety Movement conferences and gatherings that have been taking place for over 25 years.
There will be opportunities to participate in ceremonies with the Sacred 100 Eagle Feather Hoop and the Wellbriety Forgiveness Staff. Participants may visit with Native Elders, leaders and community members actively involved in Native American intergenerational healing, substance abuse recovery, and cultural renewal.
The April, 2014 gathering will celebrate and introduce the renewal of NANACOA: the National Association for Native American Children of Alcoholics.
The gathering will also offer talking circles utilizing the cultural learning tools and skill base developed by White Bison, Inc. and the Wellbriety Movement. These methods can help the intergenerational healing of Native American families impacted by the boarding and residential school era in North America.
04/11/2014 - 04/13/2014
07/20/2014 - 07/21/2014
Educational Objectives Demonstrate an increased understanding of pervasive as well as emerging behavioral/mental health problems in correctional populations and related management issues Identify best practices in evaluation, treatment and management for incarcerated individuals with behavioral problems and/or mental illness Enhance skills necessary to manage behavioral/mental health care delivery in correctional settings Describe legal, ethical and administrative issues and develop solutions for behavioral/mental health in correctional settings