Behavioural Support and Geriatric Addictions Rounds: Applying an Indigenous lens to Trauma Informed Care: 13 Calls to Action


Where: Online Cost: Free

These sessions are open to all healthcare professionals and students.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Develop an understanding of key principles of the Four R’s – Respect, Relevance, Reciprocity, Responsibility.
  2. Develop an understanding of the Four R’s in the context of LTC.
  3. Understand how an organization can be Trauma Informed.

Presenter: Cristine Rego

Cristine is from Lac Seul First Nations and is a Registered Social Worker. She is a private consultant in private practice with Noojimo Health. She also teaches full-time at Fleming College School of Justice and Community Health. Her research interests include:

  • Intergenerational trauma
  • Violence against women
  • Traditional healing practices
  • Cultural safety
  • Addictions and mental health

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