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Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, v44 n4 p346-362 2010

There is revival in the use of traditional healing among Canadian Aboriginal communities and the therapeutic benefits of these practices have received much research attention. An argument is repeatedly made for incorporating indigenous healing into clinical interventions, yet recommendations on how this may be accomplished are lacking. The present study aimed to address this limitation. We interviewed nine mental health professionals who routinely employ both Western psychological interventions and Aboriginal traditional healing practices. Grounded Theory data analysis identified four core themes and led to a model that illustrates participants' integrative efforts. Implications for counsellors working with Aboriginal clients are addressed. (Contains 1 note and 2 figures.)

Descriptors: Grounded Theory, Canada Natives, Mental Health Workers, Data Analysis, Counseling Techniques, Foreign Countries, Indigenous Knowledge, Interviews, Counselor Attitudes, Models, American Indians

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Autor: Oulanova, Olga; Moodley, Roy

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=4265&id=EJ912087







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