Erin speaks to Indigenous mental health services at the Prince George Native Friendship Centre, with a focus on mental health for very young children.
Follow Dr Vanessa Lapointe on Facebook – she shares some free inspiration and resources as well as paid resources
Follow Northern Attachment Network on Facebook – shares quotes, articles, events and inspiration for caregivers
Visit Anxiety Canada for caregiver resources like this one: CARD-for-Parents-and-Caregivers.pdf (anxietycanada.com)
Erin Anderlini lives in Prince George with her partner and children; and is an adoptive and foster parent. She is the Health Director at the Prince George Native Friendship Centre, and the President of Central Interior Native Health Society. Within her portfolio are the Native Healing Centre, Aboriginal Child and Youth Wellness, Family Law Advocate, Aboriginal Victim Services and Emergency Resource programs. She holds a Master’s Degree in Counselling, is a registered Clinical Counsellor, a certified Play Therapist; and is a facilitator for Mental Health First Aid – First Nations.