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Social Service Worker - Indigenous Specialization

Indigenous Studies Books of Interest

triumph over abuse: healing recovery and purpose after an abusive relationship
queer social work: cases for lgbtq+ affirmative practice
when communities design aid: creating solutions to poverty that people own, use and need
Child and adolescent drug and substance abuse: a comprehensive reference guide
preventing sexual violence: problems and possibilities
combating the exploitation of children in cyberspace
Group Processes: dynamics within and between groups
Canadian social policy for social workers
The Broken Circle
No Home  in a Homeland
Take us to your chief
Determinants of Indigenous Peoples Health
Fatty Legs
Go Show the World
Strong helpers' teachings : the value of Indigenous knowledges in the helping professions
Research is ceremony : indigenous research methods
Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation
Structures of Indifference

Indigenous Studies New Books

Social Service Worker Books of Interest

Young People Using Family Violence: international perspectives on research, responses and reforms
Human Trafficking: Trade for Sex, Labor, and Organs
Immigrant Youth in Canada: Theoretical Approaches, Practical Issues, and Professional Perspectives
Counselling Insights: Practical strategies for helping others and anxiety, trauma, grief, and more
Affirmative counseling with LGBTQI+ people
Men's experiences of violence in intimate relationships

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Our circulating books and videos are found on the 3rd floor.  Most books relating to this program can be found in the HV and RA 449 sections although additional resources can be found in the BF and RC sections.

BF 1-990 - Psychology
E 51-99 Native peoples-North America
HM 1-1281 - Sociology
HQ 1-2044 - The family
HV 1-9960 - Social pathology (includes addictions, abuse, poverty, social work, criminology, juvenile delinquency, and juvenile corrections)
KE 7702-7749 Native peoples-Canada-Law & Legal status
PM 1-999 Native Peoples-Language
PS 153-508 Native peoples - Fiction
PS 8089-8235 Native peoples-Authors
RA 449 Native peoples-Health
RC 475-489 - Psychotherapy
RC 512-569.5 -Psychopathology
RJ 370-550 - Child/adolescent disease, mental health


Use the subject headings listed below to browse the library catalogue for books, e-books, videos and articles. Library staff are available to help with your search. 

Abused elderly
Abused children
Adolescent psychology
Adolescent psychopathology
Child abuse
Developmental psychology
Drug abuse
Group counseling
Indigenous authors
Indigenous peoples - North America
Indigenous peoples - Criminal Justice System - North America
Indigenous peoples--Education--North America
Indigenous peoples--Health and hygiene--North America
Indigenous peoples--Legal status, laws, etc.--North America
Indigenous peoples--North America--Folklore
Indigenous peoples--North America--Government relations
Indigenous peoples--North America--Politics and government
Indigenous peoples--North America--Social conditions
Indigenous peoples--North America--Religion
Indigenous peoples--Ontario
Juvenile corrections
Juvenile delinquency
Juvenile delinquents
Ojibwa (Anishinabe)
Ojibwa (Anishinabe) Language
Older people
Social case work
Social service
Substance abuse

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