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Indigenous Wellness & Addictions Prevention Ontario College Diploma

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  • Objectives
    The Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention program (IWAP) is designed to give you the skills and knowledge necessary for employment in urban and Aboriginal settings. Through the promotion of personal and spiritual growth within the healing process, you will acquire the ability to address your own needs and those of individual clients or groups. Traditional methods of healing include Sacred Circles, Teaching Circles, and the use of the four sacred medicines - tobacco, cedar, sage and sweetgrass - to promote an understanding of the physical, mental, social, cultural and spiritual elements of addiction and aspects of recovery, assessment and intervention techniques. You will gain respect and understanding of the Aboriginal culture and focus on increased effectiveness within the health care field. A unique program continuum has been designed to allow you to determine the length of time and the certifications you wish to receive in this program. If you enrol for one year, you will receive a certificate in Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention
  • Practical experience
    There is a field placement aspect of this program.
  • Academic Title
    Indigenous Wellness & Addictions Prevention Ontario College Diploma
  • Course description
    SEMESTER ONE:
    IWA 112 Traditional Healing, Learning, and Teaching
    IWA 113 Introduction to Substance Abuse Counselling and Teaching
    IWA 114 Contemporary Challenges Facing Native Communities
    IWA 115 Traditional Ceremonies
    IWA 116 Traditional Teaching Lodges
    IWA 201 Interviewing, Reporting, and Documenting
        
    SEMESTER TWO:
    CMM 115 Communication Fundamentals
    IWA 200 Introduction to Substance Abuse in Families and Native Communities
    IWA 202 Help the Helper: Using Individual and Community Resources
    IWA 203 Using Traditional Healing to Break the Cycle of Abuse
    IWA 205 Residential Schools: A Legacy of Abuse
    IWA 206 Field Placement
        
    SEMESTER THREE:
    BCL 111 Computers for Human Services
    DAC 180 Substance Abuse I
    HSP 105 Interviewing I
    HSP 150 Multiculturalism in Canada
    PSY 100 Foundations of Psychology I
    SOC 100 Foundations of Sociology I
    SSW 100 History and Philosophy of Social Work
    STS 120 Strategies for Success for Human Services
        
    SEMESTER FOUR:

    CMM 125 College Communication
    HSP 104 Human Service and the Law
    HSP 106 Acts, Policies, and Procedures for Native People
    HSP 160 Interviewing II
    HSP 170 Evaluating Information
    HSP 194 Community Placement Integration
    HSP 195 Community Placement (two-week block)
    HUM 219 Group Work
    PSY 240 Psychology II - Abnormal Psychology
    SOC 220 Sociology II
    SSW 138 Native and Family Parenting (IWAP)

    DUAL DIPLOMA OPTION


    Students who graduate with a diploma in Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention may complete an additional year in the Social Service Worker program or Mental Health and Addictions Worker program and receive a second diploma.

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