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INDIGENOUS WELLNESS SERVICES

A decolonized approach to mental health education

 

SERVICES

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CONSULTING & EDUCATION

Training

Presentations

Curriculum consultation 

Program development 

Indigenous mental health and resilience

Indigenous occupational therapy

Mental health education 

Geared towards healthcare organizations, Band and Tribal Councils, Indigenous organizations, universities, colleges, community social services

 
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ABOUT HOLLY SMITH


Holly is Haudenosaunee, Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk Nation) from the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory currently residing in Toronto, Ontario. Holly is an Indigenous occupational therapist with over 9 years of clinical and leadership experience in the mental health and addiction field.

Holly combines lived and clinical experience in her practice and approach. She provides group facilitation, education, curriculum and program development around complex trauma and resilience, mental health education and Indigenous informed occupational therapy. She has travelled across the province of Ontario to consult with First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities. She has also travelled internationally to provide education around mental health rehabilitation.