History of U.S. Indian Boarding Schools: Resultant Intergenerational Trauma and Healing Ways

Dates: April 19, 2022

Meets: Tu from 10:00 AM to 12 N

Hours: 2.00

Location: GRAND RAPIDS - EC 0215

COURSE: $0.00

Evidence of maltreatment in the U.S. religious and governmental Indian boarding schools and the resultant impact of the infliction of abusive and lack of care for generations continues to reverberates through a resilient and courageous people who are attempting to heal through cultural and mainstream ways. Included in the session are methods employed to attempt to address and cope with personal and inter-generational trauma. Also, the historic role of the Social Work profession will be shared to inform workers of a possible rationale for client resistance.

Notes:

Parking information will be emailed to you two business days prior to the event. Please see the link below for maps to Grand Valley State University locations: https://www.gvsu.edu/maps
Fee: $0.00
CEUs:2.00

GRAND RAPIDS - EC 0215

Eberhard Center Room 215
Grand Valley State University
301 Fulton St West
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
**Per GVSU Policy, Face Coverings are required for every participant for the entirety of the program**

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