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WEBINAR: Change your Perspective to Change Attitudes
September 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDT
In honour of Truth & Reconciliation Day
Join us for this complimentary webinar and dynamic speaker in honour of Truth and Reconciliation Day.
Deanna Ledoux is a First Nations Therapist that specializes in Grief & Recovery and Inter-Generational Trauma. She is a Keynote Speaker, Residential School Survivor, Educator, Mental Health Therapist, Advocate, and First Nations Governance Consultant.
On this very special day, Deanna will share her wisdom and insights on:
- Growing up as a Residential School survivor
- The effects residential schools have had on generations of Indigenous people, and
- How to gain a new perspective on stereotypes.
Be ready to challenge your current beliefs on Indigenous People and connect on a whole different level with the meaning of reconciliation.
Deanna J. Ledoux, CSW, BSW
Grief & Recovery Therapist & Mental Health Therapist
Deanna’s paternal roots are from the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, her maternal roots are Peter Ballyntyne Cree Nation, located in Treaty Six Territory. She is the CEO of her company ‘iswewak asokana ecitahcik’ (Women Building Bridges) Consulting and is an advocate and mental health therapist, known for her strategies for dealing with Inter-Generational trauma.
Deanna is the 3rd generation in her family raised in St. Michael’s Residential School. She has overcome various challenges and is called upon to share her insight and knowledge locally, nationally, and internationally. First Nations Leadership considers Deanna’s expertise invaluable in suicide awareness and prevention.
When not travelling for work, Dee travels with her children on the pow-wow trail where she is recognized as a Champion Dancer.
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