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Working with emotional distress. Can Aboriginal and Maori knowledge and healing ways improve mental health service response to the needs of Indigenous people?

 

Overview

The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health and Well-Being and the Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity, in collaboration with the Dulwich Centre Foundation invite members of the public to the inaugural seminar in a public seminar series Aboriginal knowledge in the academy (AKA), Working with emotional distress. Can Aboriginal and Maori knowledge and healing ways improve mental health service response to the needs of Indigenous people.

Presenters include:

The seminar will be of interest to:

Contacts

Di Autio
Ph: (08) 7221 8599
Email: di.autio@flinders.edu.au

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Last updated: 5 March 2013
 
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