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August 19th 2014:First Nations Spirituality and Healing

John Louie is Men’s support counselor at the Tla’amin community health center, http://www.tlaaminhealth.com/. He counsels aboriginal men on drug addictions, domestic abuse, alcoholism, and depression. Michelle LaBoucane, a Métis woman of French and Cree ancestry, works passionately to inspire aboriginal people to live lives of significance and of optimum health and wellness. They talk about their work and the role of First Nations spirituality in their work. They explain the most challenging of the challenges faced by the people and families they work with. They explain the approach to counsel

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John Louie

John Louie is Men’s support counselor at the Tla’amin community health center, http://www.tlaaminhealth.com/. He counsels aboriginal men on drug addictions, domestic abuse, alcoholism, and depression. He’s also a member of the Aboriginal Suicide Critical Incident response team. He’d been a logger for 27 years until injuries in a work accident ended the only career he’d ever known. An alcoholic, he checked himself into a drug abuse treatment center to point his life in a new direction. This direction empowered him to proudly acknowledge his peoples’ spiritual teachings, which he’d been taught to disregard by the Indian residential school to which he was sent at age six. At the treatment cente
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Michelle LaBoucane

Michelle LaBoucane works passionately to inspire people to live lives of significance and optimum health and wellness. A Métis woman of French and Cree ancestry, she strongly desires to help improve the health of aboriginal people. She also loves to share the Medicine Wheel emotional, mental, physical and spiritual teachings for a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Overcoming her own challenging life experiences and re-connecting to her aboriginal roots, spirituality and culture catalyzed her positive and healthy lifestyle changes, which she teaches. The simple, balanced approach of the Medicine Wheel promotes a holistic perspective on the interconnectedness of all life and how it re
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