Presenter: Dr. Reg Crowshoe
The event was held October 4 and 5, 2016 and played host to a variety of keynote speakers, informative panels, and plenary/breakout sessions on various topics related all aspects of Indigenous inter-generational trauma and healing. Perspectives of recognized Indigenous researchers and community experts were highlighted.
Reg Crowshoe is a well-known Blackfoot ceremonialist who lives on the Peigan reserve in southern Alberta. He is the Executive Director of the Oldman River Cultural Centre and has pioneered and initiated cross-cultural programs for many organizations and institutions across Western Canada. Reg is the son of the revered Native spiritual leader Joe Crowshoe. He has earned an honorary doctorate in law from the University of Calgary.
Keywords: RESOLVE, Alberta, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Youth, Resiliency, Culture, History, Trauma, Resiliency, Health, Reg Crowshoe, Leonard Flett, Claire Crooks, Amy Bombay