Corrine is Dakota/Nakota and is from the Kahkewistahaw First Nation. She has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Regina, and the focus of her research and work is on mental health and child and family studies. Corrine successfully published her research on decolonizing the sexual abuse healing process and decolonizing the counselling process when working with First Nations clients and families. The majority of her work surrounds mental health, with a focus on the emotional and psychological trauma of child sexual abuse and sexual assault, as well as the traumatic impacts of domestic violence. Corrine attended the Marieval Residential School from grades 1 to 8 before moving to White Bear First Nation where she graduated from the White Bear Education Complex. She believes that the traditional ways of knowing are fundamental to the healing process. As a trainer, it is important to Corrine to share these cultural and spiritual teachings to bring forth a brighter future for First Nations communities, families, and children.