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Decolonizing Pathways towards Integrative Healing in Social Work

Decolonizing Pathways towards Integrative Healing in Social Work

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Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
Year 02/10/2020
Pages 196
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9780415788519
Categories Religion: general, Anthropology, Social work, Health & personal development
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Book description

Taking a new and innovative angle on social work, this book seeks to remedy the lack of holistic perspectives currently used in Western social work practice by exploring Indigenous and other culturally diverse understandings and experiences of healing. This book examines six core areas of healing through a holistic lens that is grounded in a decolonizing perspective. Situating integrative healing within social work education and theory, the book takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawing from social memory and historical trauma, contemplative traditions, storytelling, healing literatures, integrative health, and the traditional environmental knowledge of Indigenous Peoples. In exploring issues of water, creative expression, movement, contemplation, animals, and the natural world in relation to social work practice, the book will appeal to all scholars, practitioners, and community members interested in decolonization and Indigenous studies.

Decolonizing Pathways towards Integrative Healing in Social Work

Table of contents

Acknowledgements





Introduction





Chapter 1: Grounding Modern Social Work





Chapter 2: Postcolonial Trauma and Memory Work





Chapter 3: Confronting Professional Imperialism and Moving Towards Integrative Healing





Chapter 4: Water





Chapter 5: Creative Expression





Chapter 6: Movement





Chapter 7: Quiet and Contemplation





Chapter 8: Fellow Creatures





Chapter 9: Mother Earth





Epilogue: Dreaming a Decolonized Futurity





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