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Gone indigenous culture as mental health treatment Redressing First Nations historical trauma : Theorizing mechanisms for

@inproceedings{Gone2013GoneIC,
  title={Gone indigenous culture as mental health treatment Redressing First Nations historical trauma : Theorizing mechanisms for},
  author={Joseph P Gone},
  year={2013}
}
Indigenous ‘‘First Nations’’ communities have consistently associated their disproportionate rates of psychiatric distress with historical experiences of European colonization. This emphasis on the socio-psychological legacy of colonization within tribal communities has occasioned increasingly widespread consideration of what has been termed historical trauma within First Nations contexts. In contrast to personal experiences of a traumatic nature, the concept of historical trauma calls… Expand
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