"Baskin takes up this challenge and begins from a positive place, founding her text on the premise that Indigenous knowledges have relevance for all. Her text offers, to scholars and practitioners of the helping professions, a number of comfortable starting points to begin wading into the depth, power, and utility of Indigenous approaches to helping self, families, and communities."
- Jean-Paul Restoule, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Adult Education and Counselling Psychology, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
About the Author
Cyndy Baskin, Mi'kmaq and Celtic Nations, is Associate Professor of Social Work at Ryerson University in Toronto and an active and energetic teacher, researcher, and community builder both in Canada and internationally. She has written widely on these and other topics.