Aboriginal Counseling Services of Alberta

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Sue Languedoc’s Journey

Sue is a Metis mother of two young men. Her Indigenous roots come from the Wood Mountain reserve in Saskatchewan. Sue has worked in the counseling profession since 1980 and is a Registered Social Worker who holds a Bachelor Degree in Social Work. She is Executive Director of Aboriginal Counseling Services Association of Alberta which she co-founded in 1992. Her area of expertise is working in the area of Aboriginal Family Violence. Sue is an active member of the Edmonton community and believes in working collaboratively with other organizations to ensure Aboriginal families receive respectful individualized support. Sue is grateful for the many relationships that have been built in the community that have enhanced the support of Aboriginal children, youth and families. Sue has conducted Canada wide research and co-wrote Reducing Family Violence in Canadian Aboriginal Communities; The Development of a Comprehensive Prevention Program, which led to the development and implementation of the Circle of Safety Family Violence program. The program has been in operation since 2004 and continues to evolve as the men, women and children continue to teach us. Sue’s priority in life is to watch her children grow into wonderful young men, to always follow Creator’s path and embrace all new and exciting opportunities that present themselves on her journey.

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