Presenter: Charity Fleming

Date: Thursday, April 25th, 2024

Time: 5 pm - 6 pm EST

CECs: 1

This event will be recorded. 


Process Considerations for Indigenous Adapted Psychotherapy is a workshop designed to teach general process methods in a psychotherapy session or course of treatment that may better support indigenous community members engaged in psychotherapy. Operating from a historical and intergenerational trauma informed perspective, the role of psychotherapist, the structure and contents of a session, considerations for intake assessment and general process considerations and recommendations will be discussed.


Charity Fleming is an Indigenous social worker who is passionate about delivering inclusive and culturally-responsive services to Indigenous communities and to people of diverse identities and cultural contexts.

As an intergenerational survivor of residential schools and the Sixties Scoop, Charity has dedicated her life to supporting Indigenous peoples’ recovery from the experiences and impacts of historical trauma. She has developed this dream into a busy office where 20 highly-skilled professionals provide mental health services to 400 clients each year, not only locally, but also to clients in remote communities in northern Ontario, and in Quebec and British Columbia.

In her mentorship of frontline professionals, doctors, educators, psychotherapists and social workers, Charity’s energy and vision are infectious. Every day, she inspires her students and colleagues through her imagination, perseverance and dedication.

Ontario Anglophone Director Event - Process Considerations for Indigenous Adapted Psychotherapy

  • Thursday Apr 25 2024, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM