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Caring for country, caring for each other: Larrakia Healing Group resources

by Larrakia Healing Group

Booklet
Year 2015
City Darwin
Publisher Northern Territory PHN
Number of pages 8

Abstract

The Caring for country, caring for each other (Larrakia Healing Group resources) aim to aid services in considering the holistic nature of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social and emotional wellbeing, as well as how historical impacts have affected families and communities within a localised context. The resources aim to stimulate engaging conversations around providing effective and respectful services to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on Larrakia country in the Northern Territory (NT).

The Larrakia Healing group is a group of Larrakia people in the NT committed to working together on country towards healing and recovery from intergenerational trauma for their families and their community.

All aspects of the resource development including content, graphic and web design was undertaken by the Larrakia people/healing group.

The resource includes:

  • Karrakia worldview - Caring for country, caring for each other
  • intergenerational trauma mapping - what make our spirit sick
  • holistic model of healing - what makes our spirit strong
  • healing and recovery for Larrakia people - what makes our spirit strong
  • ways of healing - working in partnership
  • building cultural competence - a journey of personal and professional reflective practice.

This project was funded by the NT Primary Health Network, the lead agency for NT Partners in Recovery Program an initiative of the Australian Government.

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