How traditional Indigenous healing practices are helping people with mental health care

In partnership with CAMH, we highlight the impact traditional Indigenous knowledge has in mental health care.
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Published September 14, 2021 8:31 a.m. EST

This week, Your Morning is teaming up with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) to take a closer look at some of the mental health research and practices being used to help people right now.

The campaign is called ‘Mental Health Research is Saving Lives Today’ and their goal is to make more breakthroughs, dismantle more barriers and save more lives. Today, we spoke to mental health advocate Eddie Gough and Rennie Linklater, senior director of the Shkaabe Makwa at CAMH, about how tradiitional Indigenous healing practices are currently helping people with their mental health.

To learn more about these traditional Indigenous headling practices, visit the CAMH website here, and watch the video above.

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