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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Bi cultural inclusion

 

Overview

Bi cultural includsion (BCI) uses the seven phases to bring about a deeper and meaningful dimension to understanding another major barrier that prevents many Aboriginal people from accessing mainstream services to seek social, emotional and health services for their wellbeing. The unique and innovative dimension is loss and grief.

Likewise, such a workshop with local Aboriginal communities aims and objectives is to empower the individual, families and communities with the same knowledge that will collectively enable them to address adversity calmly and assertively to create and maintain social, emotional and health well-being.

BCI workshops for non-Aboriginal service providers can support their local Aboriginal communities to access their local services by providing not just a physically safe environment but an emotionally safe environment.

Contacts

Australian Institute for Loss and Grief
C/- 10 Cowie Street
Ethelton 5015
Ph: (08) 8341 5557
Mobile: 0438 203 032
Fax: (08) 8242 2690
Email: rosemary@lossandgrief.com.au

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Last updated: 23 April 2012
 
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