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SHE:KON/GREETINGS AND WELCOME

She:kon (Welcome in the Mohawk Language) Please use this website as a source of information about workshops, articles and books offered by Four Winds Wellness and Jann Derrick. Onen Kiwahi (May you Go Well)

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JANN DERRICK

Jann has been in practice as a Registered Family Therapist since 1978. She is passionate about children and their return to the center of our families and communities. Jann is of Mohawk, Irish and English ancestry and specializes in working with families, parents and communities in order that children can once again be safe, know their […]

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INTERGENERATIONAL IMPACTS OF THE RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS: A Trauma-Informed Workshop.

This is an informational 1 or 2 day workshop designed for professionals, employers, agency employees, community members who want to know more about the inter-generational impacts from the residential school experience.  This workshop applies a trauma-informed lens combined with attachment and grief information to show the four traumatized generations created by the forced removal of […]

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EMDR BASIC TRAINING 2018

EMDR BASIC TRAINING    KAMLOOPS BC….. THE DATES HAVE CHANGED…THE NEW DATES ARE: SESSION ONE:  NOVEMBER 2, 3,4  2018 SESSION TWO:  FEBRUARY 1,2,3  2019 TRAINER IS DR. MARSHALL WILENSKY CLICK HERE FOR TRAINING INFORMATION: Marshall Wilensky Training (4) CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM: EMDR REGISTRATION FORM 3 For information contact Jann Derrick  PhD  fourwinds@telus.net or 250 374 7709 […]

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WHEN TURTLE MET RABBIT: WORKING WITH INDIGENOUS FAMILIES: A Trauma-Informed Workshop.

Indigenous families come from a spiritual tradition of relationship, kindness, nurturance and accountability.  Over the years of colonization and genocide, trauma and loss were introduced and the roles of children and adults were reversed.  This 3 day workshop examines the traditional family, the traumatized family, and now the healing family. Trauma impacts on the brain […]

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LATERAL KINDNESS WORKSHOP

In the Indigenous circle there are five key values:  Kindness, Gentleness, Honesty, Accountability and Humour.  Together these values create Respect. One of the Haudensaunee teachings is that we are here on earth to have fun! An Elder, Barney Williams from Nuu-chah-nulth has asked that we focus ourselves now on being Kind to one another. This […]