Special Issue: Aboriginal Child And Youth Mental, Spiritual And Cultural Health

Vol 9, No 1 (2014)

In partnership with the Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research

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Jennifer King 3-4
Editorial – Resilience and Triumph: Moving Forward in a Good Way PDF
Madelynn Slade 5-6
Intergenerational trauma and Aboriginal women: implications for mental health during pregnancy PDF
Amrita Roy 7-21
Understanding the Impact of the Pain Experience on First Nation Children’s Wellbeing: Viewing through a Two-Eyed Seeing Lens PDF
Margot Latimer, Danielle Simandl, Allen Finley, Sharon Rudderham, Katherine Harman, Shelley Young, Emily MacLeod, Daphne Hutt-MacLeod, Julie Francis 22-37
Bullying Behaviour and Victimization among Aboriginal Students within Northwestern Ontario PDF
Keith Brownlee, Jaymee Martin, Edward Rawana, Julie Harper, Monique Mercier, Raymond Neckoway, Andrew Friesen 38-52
Nitsiyihkâson: The Brain Science behind Cree Teachings of Early Childhood Attachment PDF
Hannah Pazderka, Brenda Desjarlais, Leona Makokis, Carly MacArthur, Sharon Steinhauer, Carole Anne Hapchyn, Tara Hanson, Nicole Van Kuppeveld, Ralph Bodor 53-65
Raising Healthy Aboriginal Children: A Review on Aboriginal Parenting Values and Practices PDF
Nicole Marie Muir, Yvonne Bohr 66-79
From the House of Commons Resolution to Pictou Landing Band Council v. Canada: An Update on the Implementation of Jordan’s Principle PDF
Vandna Sinha, Anne Blumenthal 80-91
The First Peoples Child & Family Review is published twice yearly by the First Nations Caring Society of Canada (FNCFCS). Articles herein are the responsibility of and copyrighted to the authors. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the official policies and/or opinions of the FNCFCS.

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