Colonial effects are real issues for our children, youth, families, communities, and Nations
Creating pathways to cultural attachment elements are necessary components to culturally restorative practices
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Allies can make meaningful and sustainable cultural changes to secure a better future for Indigenous peoples
Help us congratulate our CEO as she takes a position at the University of Minnesota Duluth's Department of Social Work for 9 months
September 2019 | by Manidookwe
ICRP launches a new program called "Cultural Attachment and Indigenous Wellbeing"
May 2019 | by Manidookwe
ICRP launches the sales of Cultural Attachment Manual & Self Efficacy and Indigenous Development Curriculum
February 2019 | by Manidookwe
ICRP launches "Cultural Coaching" as an individual, family, community, and organizational development tool
September 2018 | by Manidookwe
ICRP works with Chiefs of Ontario commissioned Task Force on strategy to end Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation in Indigenous Communities
February 2018 | by Manidookwe
Unique cultural therapy techniques and services. NIHB provider and Crisis Response services for Indigenous peoples seeking help
Educating communities, organizations, Ministries, and First Nations in culturally restorative practices with specialization in cultural attachment strategies
Unique cultural coaching models personalized to your organizational development needs. We help you build culture in your organization.
Preserving Indigenous knowledge, cultural attachment, and cultural restorative pathways through the academy are cornerstone to our research model
"If everything about us was truly colonized, and the only thing Indigenous about us was the color of our skin,
the culture, it is so powerful, that one day we would dream again ... and we would start again"
Dave Gehue, Micmaw Elder.