Historic Trauma and Aboriginal Healing.

By: Wesley-Esquimaux, Cynthia C. and Magdalena Smolewski.

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4to - 28 x 21.5 cm.; iv - 110 pp. Contents: Introductory section with definitions, summary and scope of the study, Chapter 1: "Historical Background" in 4 sections - "European Arrival in the Americas", "And the People Were Dancing", "A Legacy of Death and Suffering", "Death Is Always Death". Chapter 2: "Analyzing the Trauma" in 6 sections - "Early Period; Cultural Transition - Physical Areas of Impact", "Early Period Cultural Transition - Economic Area of Impact", "Middle Period: Cultural Transition - Cultural Area of Impact", "Middle Period: Cultural Dispossession - Social Area of Impact", "Late Period: Cultural Oppression - Psychological Area of Impact", "Late Period: Cultural Oppression - Psychological Area of Impact", "The Known and the Unknown Genoicide". Chapter 3: "A New Model: Historic Trauma Transformation (HTT)" in 4 sections - "Learned Helplessness", "Internal Versus External Locus of Control:, "Modes of Transmission", "Implications for Healing: Recovery of Awareness". Chapter 4: "The Elders Speak". One appendix - "Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder" followed by 14 pages of references. Minor scuffing to the covers and wear to the cover edges, otherwise clean with a sound binding.

Title: Historic Trauma and Aboriginal Healing.

Author Name: Wesley-Esquimaux, Cynthia C. and Magdalena Smolewski.

Categories: Social Sciences, Canadiana, Native Peoples, Canadiana - Political Life,

Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., Aboriginal Healing Foundation.: 2004

ISBN Number: 0973397683

ISBN Number 13: 9780973397680

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 32101

Keywords: Canada; Aboriginal; Native Peoples; PTSD; Culture; Genoicide;