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Published on Aug 15, 2008
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/intergener... Dr. Solanto discusses what trauma is, how the experiences of colonization "qualify" as trauma, how trauma might be transmitted across the generations, crime and other social problems as understandable responses to trauma and implications for healing individuals, families and communities. Videotaped, Edited and Posted by Heartspeak Productions. https://vimeo.com/heartspeakproductions, https://www.facebook.com/HeartspeakPr... Biography - Dr. Joe Solanto, Ph.D, Vancouver, BC. Before coming to BC in the early 90's, Dr. Solanto served as a School Psychologist in the public schools of New York for 18 years. He then completed a doctorate in psychology, and for seven years was the Director of a multi-disciplinary outpatient treatment centre for addictions and trauma. Since coming to Canada, Dr. Solanto has been teaching a wide variety of courses at the Justice Institute of BC and has developed and instructed the Justice Institute's Aboriginal Trauma Certificate Program in various Aboriginal communities in BC. In the past few years he has been working in First Nations communities throughout Canada, assisting with healing and training. He has also served as a consultant for the Federal Department of Justice, as well as for Corrections Services Canada, and currently provides consultation and training to a variety of organizations in BC and other provinces. He can be reached at: email@example.com
Forum organized by Pacific Business & Law Institute with support from the Aboriginal Directorate, Justice Canada. Filming, editing and posting by Heartspeak Productions. Larry Moore Producer/Director and Cathie Douglas Videographer/Editor.