Everyone reacts differently to the stress of our rapidly changing environment. The COVID-19 pandemic is a rare situation that can affect individuals in many different ways. Having access to Traditional Healing services during this period of isolation and stress is an essential part of holistic health care and can help individuals cope with a variety of stressors.
Chigamik’s Indigenous Traditional Healing service understands that sickness begins in spirit, then impacts one’s mind, emotions, and body. The Traditional Healers provide non-judgemental and compassionate support, working with individuals on a broad range of issues including stress, depression, abuse, effects of the residential school system, identity, substance abuse, self-esteem, and relationship issues. Through culture and Traditional Healing methods, the Healers strive to help individuals achieve balance, harmony, and good health.
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All Traditional Healing appointments are provided at no cost and conducted either in person or using the virtual video conferencing platform called ‘Zoom.’
Eligibility: To access this service, you must reside in the North Simcoe Muskoka region and be 12 years of age or older. For virtual sessions, you must also have access to the Internet through a computer, tablet or mobile phone.
How to Access: Please complete the registration form below. You will receive a phone call within two business days from our Reception Team to schedule your Traditional Healing session. Our Reception Team will review with you which Healers are available for your upcoming appointment. Prior to your appointment, you will be emailed consent forms to complete electronically. These forms must be completed prior to your appointment.
Virtual Appointments Available:
Troy Greene – July 6-8, Aug. 9-11, Sept. 28-30
Pamela Tremblay-Hayes – July 13-15, Sept. 14-16
Terry Swan – June 28-30, July 19-21, Aug. 23-25, Sept. 20-22