Part I: Conceptualizing, Framing and Politicizing Aboriginal Ethics in Mental Health
Journal of Ethics in Mental Health [electronic] 2007 November; 2(2): 5 p. Accessed: http://www.jemh.ca [2008 January 24]
This article looks at how mental health issues are conceptualized from the lens of Aboriginal world views. It refers to the legacy of colonization and the resulting historical trauma as the root of mental health ?illnesses.? But it also raises questions on how definitions of ?mental illnesses? are arrived at by one?s world view or lens. What may be seen as a mental health problem from one world view can be seen as a positive, healing spiritual experience from another.
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