“Using a Satir and Indigenous Approach”
with Lyla Harman, MSW, RSW
Friday July 9, 2021 8:30 am to 10:00 am PDT
In this workshop Lyla will share how she uses the Virginia Satir Model in the work she does as an Indigenous person working in a Coast Salish First Nations community.
‘Uy’ skweyul si’em ‘nu siiye’yu. Peye’tunaat thunu hwulmuhw sne’. ‘I’ Lyla Harman thunu hwunitum’alh nu sne’. Good day friends and relatives. My traditional name is Peye’tunaat. My English name is Lyla Harman. I have mixed roots of Cowichan, Shuswap, English and Scottish which strongly influence my wholistic world view of balancing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of my personal and professional life. I am a registered clinical social worker, specializing in supporting individuals, couples, and families healing from trauma. My healing journey is inspired by Virginia Satir and I follow this passion in my work with my private practice based on trust, professionalism, intuition and collaborative wisdom. This is a sacred space of healing to honour inner wisdom, growth and new possibilities.