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World Aboriginal Housing and Health - World Aboriginal Focusing Conference - ACFN Alexis Sioux Dakota Reservation - Oak Tree Clinic - Battered Women’s Support Society - Vancouver Native Health Society - Downtown East Side - Dakelh & Quesnel Community Housing Society - Kwiltlum Indian Band - Lookout Emergency Aid Society - Squamish Nation - Canim Lake First Nations - BC Doctors Association Bella Coola - BC Women’s Hospital - Women’s Center 100 Miles House - Okanagan Indian Band - Westbank First Nation - Penticton Indian Band - Osoyoos Indian Band - Lower and Upper Similkameen Indian Band - Upper Nicola Band - Lil'wat Nation -

Stswecem'c Xgat'tem First Nation



"Tracy, Thank you for everything !

You are so kind and compassionate. Your dedication, understanding and time mean so much to us."

Canim Lake Community

"Tracy is an amazing, experienced and dynamic community outreach facilitator. She uses a holistic approach for community and youth development that is refreshing and creative.

I would highly recommend her as a facilitator for Youth and Community Development workshops."

Janice Whitney, T'it'q'et Band

"Thank you again for your generous offering on Saturday. I appreciated the flow and the content very much. The way you wove in the layered aspects of trauma and how it contributes to unconscious or conscious stress was lovely. Integrating physiological science for practical understanding was also brilliant. I was so pleased to see you stay for the around the table discussion. I look forward to future ways we might integrate your services."

Lawrie Graham, Youth Mental Health Therapist, Squamish Nation

"Tracy was hired by our Clinic at BC Women's Hospital to help us with a very difficult and sensitive conflict resolution between two group facilitators, their colleagues and managers. She was able to inspire trust and hold meaningful dialogue with each of the individuals involved. Resolution was reached reflecting her many skills and abilities. I look forward to continued work with Tracy and the possibility of bringing her workshop to our clinic in the new year."

Jane Cameron, Trauma & Addictions Counsellor, BC Women's Hospital Vancouver

"Tracy has facilitated various Grief-Loss-Mourning support Groups in our Community for about 3 years. Her Cultural approach to supporting the healing process is vital to our First Nations People. Her groups provide a level of comfort that help People feel safe as they release their feelings and grow."

Charmaine Thomas, A/Manager,

Community Health & Wellness, Squamish Nation

"Tracy Leach had provided the much appreciated Aboriginal Trauma Informed Care workshop for service providers in 100 Mile House, BC. The skills learned and knowledge received were impactful on many levels; including new skills learned, personal awareness achieved, and professional development accomplished. As coordinator for this workshop, I found that it provided useful ways for working with indigenous peoples with traditional and contemporary relevance. It also crossed barriers as this workshop hosted participants of other ethnic groups. I highly recommend her and this workshop."

Kalika Moody, Counsellor & Coordinator,

Women Centre, 100 Mile House

"Tracy recently facilitated a Burnout and Vicarious Trauma Workshop for our Team that exceeded our expectations. She customized her material, making it relevant to our diverse group and equipped us with tools to utilize in our workplace. Tracy was professional, engaging and experienced. We look forward to the possibility of future workshops with Tracy."

Corinne M. Blasius, Acting Coordinator, Positive Outlook Program, Vancouver Native Health Society 

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