Portraits des membres

Catherine Richardson/Kinewesquao

FORMATION 

  • Ph.D. Child and Youth Care (2004) University of Victoria

INTÉRETS DE RECHERCHE

  • Violence structurelle envers les jeunes au Canada; situation autochtone envers la colonisation; response-based practice; guérison après la violence; réponses sociales aux victimes; éducation autochtone au Canada; le counselling et la psychothérapie; la protection de l'enfance.

PUBLICATIONS

Articles de revue avec comité de lecture

  • Richardson, C. & Reynolds, V.  (2015) Structuring safety in conversations with survivors of torture and residentials schools.  Canadian Journal of Native Studies
  • Richardson, C. & Romano, I. (2014) Supporting Indigenous children and parents in early childhood settings.  Early Childhood Education Journal, 42(1), 4-11. 
  • Carriere, J. & Richardson, C. (2013) Relationship is everything:  Holistic approaches to Aboriginal child and youth mental health. First Peoples Child and Family Review, 7(2), 8-26.  (mars 2013).
  • Richardson, C.  (2012) Witnessing life transitions with ritual and ceremony in family therapy:  Three examples from a Metis therapist.  Journal of Systemic Therapies, 31(3), 68-78. doi: 10.1521/jsyt.2012.31.3.68
  • Richardson, C. & Reynolds, V.  (2012) Here we are, amazingly alive in the work: Holding ourselves together with an ethic of social justice in community work. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 3(1), 1-19. Voir en ligne.
  • Richardson, C. & Carriere, J. (2012) Following the lines of flight: Conducting delegation research in a Métis agency. Perspectives. Publication of the British Columbia Association of Social Workers
  • Richardson, C.  (2012) Standing Together for Justice with Indigenous Women in the Yukon.  BC Research to Practice Network Journal.  
  • Richardson, C. & Wade, A. (2010) Islands of safety: Restoring dignity in violence-prevention work with Indigenous families. First Peoples Child and Family Review, 5(1), 137–155.
  • Richardson, C. (2009) Islands of safety and the social geography of human dignity: A child and mother safety planning initiative for cases of paternal violence in child welfare. Federation of Community Social Services of BC, Research to Practice Network, 1-12.
  • Richardson, C., Thomas, R., Green, J. & Ormiston, T. (2012) Indigenous specializations: Dreams, development, delivery and vision. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education. 41(2), 173-180, Published online: 22 January 2013. Voir en ligne.
  • Richardson, C. & Nelson, B. (2007) A change of residence: From residential schools to foster homes as sites of Aboriginal cultural assimilation.  First Peoples Child and Family Review, 3(2),75-83.
  • Richardson, C. (2006) Métis tactical resistance to colonization and oppression. Variegations, 2: 56–71.

Chapitres de livres avec comité de lecture

  • Richardson, C. (2015). The role of response-based practice in activism.  In [Eds] Hyden, M., Gadd, D., Wade, A. (Eds). (2015). Response-based approaches to the study of interpersonal violence:  New Answers to old questions.  London:  Pallgrave-MacMillan.
  • Richardson, C. & Bonnah, S. (2015) Taking children’s resistance seriously.  In [Eds.] S. Strega & J. Carriere.  Walking This Path Together 2. Winnipeg: Fernwood.
  • Ney, T., Richardson, C. & Maloney, M. (2015).  Can family group conferencing work CHECK TITLE.  In [Eds.] S. Strega & J. Carrière.  Walking This Path Together 2.  Winnipeg:  Fernwood. 
  • Richardson, C.  (2015) Preparing social workers to work with Metis Families.  In [Eds.] S. Strega & J. Carriere.  Walking This Path Together 2.  Winnipeg:  Fernwood.
  • Richardson, C.  (2015) Metis Social Work.  In [Eds.] R. Sinclair, M. Hart & G. Bruyere.  Wicihitowin2:  Aboriginal Social Work in Canada.
  • Richardson, C. & Carriere, J. (2014) Metis methodology:  A possible map for ethical positioning and congruency in research.  Contexts of Indigenous Research.  Toronto:  Laurier Press.
  • Richardson, C. & Wade, A. (2012) Creating islands of safety:  Contesting “failure to protect and mother-blaming in child protection cases of paternal violence against children and mothers.  In S. Strega, J. Krane, S. Lapierre, & C. Richardson (Eds.), Failure to protect: Moving beyond gendered responses to violence. Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood.
  • Carriere, J. & Richardson, C. (2009) From longing to belonging:  An Indigenous critique of applying attachment theory to work with Indigenous families, 49-67.  In S. McKay, D. Fuchs, & I. Brown (Eds.), Passion for action in child and family services. Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Press. 
  • Richardson, C. & Seaborn, D-L. (2009). From audacity to aplomb: Understanding the Métis. In R. Sinclair, M. Hart, & G. Bruyere (Eds.), Indigenous social work in Canada: Practices and perspectives. Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood, 114-131.
  • Richardson, C. (2008). A word is worth a thousand pictures: Working with Aboriginal women who have experienced violence. In L. R. Ross (Ed.), Feminist counselling: Theories, issues and practice. Toronto: Women’s Press, 122-148.
  • Richardson, C. (2008). Métis experiences of social work practice. In S. Strega & J. Carriere (Eds.), Walking this path together: Anti-racist and anti-oppressive child welfare practice. Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood, 110-126.
  • Richardson, C. & Wade, A. (2008). Taking resistance seriously: A response-based approach to social work in cases of violence against Indigenous women. In S. Strega & J. Carriere (Eds.), Walking this path together: Anti-racist and anti-oppressive child welfare practice. Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood, 204-220.

Livres

  • Richardson, C. (2016) Being and Becoming Metis – The Relational Self (working title).  Vernon, B.C.:  Charleton Publications. 
  • Strega, S., Krane, J., Lapierre, S. & Richardson, C. (Eds.) (2013) Failure to protect: Moving beyond gendered responses to violence. Winnipeg, MB: Fernwood.

Catherine Richardson/Kinewesquao

Téléphone : 514-343-7224

Bureau situé au 3200 Jean-Brillant, C7112

catherine.richardson@umontreal.ca