Healing experiences of BC First Nations women : moving beyond suicidal ideation and intention

@inproceedings{Paproski1997HealingEO,
  title={Healing experiences of BC First Nations women : moving beyond suicidal ideation and intention},
  author={Donna Louise Paproski},
  year={1997}
}
This study explores how five BC First Nations women moved through suicidal ideation and intention in their youth, and what has enabled them to move beyond suicidal states. Unstructured interviews were conducted with five adult First Nations women who were self-identified as being suicidal in their youth. Phenomenological research methods (Giorgi, 1985; Moustakas, 1994) were used to guide the interview process, analysis and the interpretation of the transcribed interviews. Each interview was… CONTINUE READING

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