Trauma Training Seminars & Professional Consultation
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UPCOMING CONFERENCES
Join us May 14-15, 2020 with guest speaker
Shirley Turcotte, R.C.C., S.F.T.T.

CONFERENCE GUEST SPEAKER
May 14-15, 2020
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Indigenous Psychotherapy for Complex Trauma from a Focusing Perspective
with Shirley Turcotte, R.C.C., S.F.T.T.

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Shirley Turcotte, R.C.C., S.F.T.T. - May 14-15, 2020

Shirley Turcotte is a Metis knowledge keeper and Registered Clinical Counselor, with The British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors, working internationally with survivors of Indian Residential Schools, childhood sexual abuse, of torture, and PTSD for the last three decades. She is a pioneering activist in the areas of complex trauma therapeutic treatment and program development for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities. Shirley is a strong advocate for land-based knowledge Indigenous healing strategies and the originator of the National Film Board of Canada’s film, To A Safer Place; describing her family’s experiences of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. She is a recipient of many awards, including British Columbia's Woman of Distinction Award in Health and Education. She is the lead instructor and clinical supervisor of two Aboriginal Counselling Programs with The Justice Institute of British Columbia, School of Community and Social Justice; Centre for Counselling and Safety.





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GIVING BACK


After each conference, we make a donation to a non-profit community group that provides direct services to people who have experienced violence in their lives. The 2015 donation will be presented to Upper Room Food Kitchen. The Upper Room Hospitality Ministry organizes the distribution of food to other food banks and soup kitchens in Prince Edward Island.












PO Box 781 Charlottetown CTL, Charlottetown PEI, Canada, C1A 7L3
902.394.7854