We are dedicated to land connectiveness, sharing and providing Mi'kmaq services within our Mi'kmaq ancestral and unceded territory.
Sewell Concepts Indigenous Perspective is happy to announce our new addition to services:
A 2 Day Workshop for Social Work/Health Care Providers titled:
"Weaving our Wellness Basket; A Mi'Kmaq Contemporary Practice Model."
We Provide 3 types of services.
1. Social work and trauma counseling for Indigenous individuals and Families on weekends.
2. Workshops on appropriate Mi'kmaq Practice for social work/health care providers.
3. Consultant services for organizations and businesses on
On September 30th, 2023, I will be attending the Amlamgog Youth Mini Pow Wow in Fort Folly First Nation, New Brunswick. I am looking forward to spending this day in the community with the youth!
I am Cynthia Sewell small business owner of Sewell Concepts Indigenous Perspective. I am a licensed social worker with the Province of New
Brunswick. I have worked 12 years as a social worker within our Mi'kmaq communities, and in the Hospital setting. I am a Mental Health Service provider for Indigenous Health Canada specializing in trauma and Mi'kmaq culturally appropriate counseling. Currently, I am working as a Jordans Principle Social Worker within the education field.
In my business I also operate as an Independant Mi'kmaq Music Artist and Performer.
Mi'kmaq artist Cynthia Sewell is a mother, Mi'kmaq Gopit (Beaver) Clan Mother, and community member of Pabineau First Nation New Brunswick. Cynthia's art background spans for 3 decades and is rooted in Mi'maq cultural song writing, recording, and performance. She has done cultural choreography on stage, and co-directing high profile arts events within her territory.