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Synonyms for healing

tending to cure or restore to health

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A holistic approach to reconciliation: Insights from research of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation.
It is therefore not in the discourse of intimacy and the familial that Aboriginal Canadians can argue for recognition of the injustice they suffered, despite the fact that a survey included in the Final Report of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation listed "isolation from family" as the aspect of residential schools that survivors found to have most negatively impacted their health and well-being (196).
Things have drastically changed at the shelter, known since 1987 for the unique and valuable services it provides to Native women in Montreal, when the federal government decided not to renew funding in their 2010 budget for the NWSM's chief resource, the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF).
Nevertheless, many researchers attempt to typify the essential characteristics of both biomedicine and Aboriginal healing beliefs.
The Centre Kutikuniu will use traditional Aboriginal healing methods to victims of physical and sexual abuse.
Indeed, as Lux points out in her conclusion, Aboriginal healing practices have gained new relevance in today's world.
In addition, there seems to be an ill fit between the intellectual acceptance of and personal respect demonstrated towards Aboriginal healing.
The Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), based in Ottawa (Ontario), works with Canada Native communities to reduce incidents of physical and sexual abuse, children in care, suicide, and incarceration among residential school survivors and their families.
William Bell, Casey Family Programs; Mike DeGagne', Aboriginal Healing Foundation; Rep.
The city of Vancouver and community organizers are considering the construction of several Aboriginal healing and wellness centres throughout the city.
Spear was communications director of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation and focused on what happened after April 1, 1969, when the system officially ended and the schools began to close.
The Aboriginal Healing Foundation is one organization that was slated to receive funds horn the Catholic Church.
The survey was conducted in 2007-2008 when the Aboriginal Healing Foundation was working with residential school survivors in the province and when court cases were being heard.
defunding of both the Sisters in Spirit Initiative and the Aboriginal Healing Foundation;
Gregory Younging, in his contribution to the Aboriginal Healing Foundation's recent publication, Response, Responsibility, and Renewal: Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Journey, implicitly suggests an alternative to the dominant pathologizing sense of intergenerational memory as psychological damage when he frames "blood memory" as a concept of Indigenous epistemology, "meaning that the experience of those that have gone before us is embedded in our physical and psychological being" (327).
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