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  • 1. 2nd Annual Indigenous Education Network’s INDIGENIZING PSYCHOLOGY SYMPOSIUM MAY 31, 2012 - 9 AM TO 5 PM NATIVE CANADIAN CENTRE, TORONTO, ON ðThis one-day symposium will cover a wide range of issues related to Indigenous mental health and healing in the community. It is designed for students,practitioners, and researchers of all disciplines who are interested in enhancingtheir understanding of community mental health practice, as well as knowledge and skills around Indigenous mental health. ð KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Wendy Hill, Traditional Healer, Cayuga Nation Bill Mussell, Chairman, Native Mental Health Association of Canada Dr. Suzanne L. Stewart, C.Psych., Special Advisor to the Dean of OISE Mark and Wendy Phillips, Traditional Teachers, Peterborough Chaired by: Dr. Ed Connors, Mohawk Psychologist Registration fees (includes lunch and breaks): $100 academics, practitioners $50 students, community members To register or for more info, email: Steven.Vanloffeld@utoronto.ca

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