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Working with Individuals impacted by Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Survivors, family members, or individuals affected by the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls confront a complex set of circumstances that can significantly affect their physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being. While legal protections are a starting point, there is a crucial need for psychological services to assist those impacted by the aftermath of this epidemic. This includes rare survivors of trafficking, motherless children, grieving families, and affected communities. Recognizing that healing is a multigenerational process and guided by a deep respect for Indigenous values and culture, ARCH is committed to providing professional support to facilitate healing. In our efforts to help you access the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Program (MMIWG), we offer a non-judgmental, respectful, and safe space within which you can explore your unique experiences and the profound impacts they have had on you. Our approach is grounded in understanding the individual and collective trauma associated with this issue, and we are dedicated to supporting you on your healing journey with sensitivity to cultural nuances and the importance of holistic well-being.
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ARCH Psychological Services 2024
Working with Individuals impacted by Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Survivors, family members, or individuals affected by the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls face complex set of circumstances that can often impair their physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being. While legal protections are a beginning, psychological services are needed to help those impacted in the wake of this epidemic, from the rare survivors of trafficking to the motherless children to the grieving families and communities. Understanding that healing is multigenerational process, and with deep respect for Indigenous values and culture, we at ARCH are wanting to provide our professional support in your healing. While assisting you to access the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Program (MMIWG) , we offer a non-judgemental, respectful and safe space within which you can explore your unique experiences and the impacts they had on you.
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