- Our Work
Four reports about nato’ we ho win are now available:
● nato’ we ho win: The Art of Self-Care (Brief Report)
● nato’ we ho win: The Art of Self-Care—Intervention Program: Using Cultural and Expressive Arts to Build Resilience
● nato’ we ho win: The Art of Self-Care— Women’s Experiences of Health and Well-Being While Recovering from Trauma
● nato’ we ho win: The Art of Self-Care— Cultural Artistic Expressions and Indigenous Identity
Between October 2016- March 2021, PATHS worked with partners to facilitate the design, delivery, and research of nato’ we ho win (a Cree word, which can be translated as “the art of self-healing”). nato’ we ho win is a trauma-and-violence-informed, artistic, and cultural program where participants engage in cultural and creative activities to increase stress management skills, social support networks, and knowledge of traditional Indigenous culture and to address issues related to intimate partner violence.
This project was supported by the Public Health Agency of Canada. Read more about the project here.
Additional research results are forthcoming, later in 2021. If you would like to receive research results as they are published, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this Global News story, Crystal Giesbrecht from PATHS shares results from a study conducted in #Saskatchewan examining barriers for people who own pets and farm animals when they experience intimate partner violence. @SaskSPCA https://globalnews.ca/news/8214032/intimate-partner-violence-victims-who-own-pets-farm-saskatchewan/