Jeffrey Ansloos, PhD, C. Psych, joins us to discuss the importance of listening, cultivating relationships, the concept of care and caring for others within your community, the ethical responsibility that identity creates within a person to enact real change, and so much more!Dr. Ansloos is a Registered Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Indigenous Mental Health and Social Policy in the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto. Dr. Ansloos is Nêhiyaw (Cree) and English and is a member of Fisher River Cree Nation (Ochekwi-Sipi; Treaty 5). He was born and raised in the heart of Treaty 1 territory in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Prior to joining OISE, Dr. Ansloos worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Victoria, at Lesley University in Boston and was also interim program director in Global and Interdisciplinary Studies. Dr. Ansloos completed his doctoral residency at the University of Manitoba, his PhD and MA in Clinical Psychology, as well as an MA in Theology and Ethics from Fuller, and a BA in Counselling from Trinity Western University.Follow Dr. Jeffrey Ansloos on Twitter and listen to his interview on the importance of Indigenous content in Canadian classrooms, here. Dr. Ansloos’ book, “The Medicine of Peace” is available for order online.This episode of Accidental Intellectual is produced by Bronwyn Lamond, Rachael Lyon, Harrison McNaughtan, Stephanie Morris, Lee Propp, and Ariana Simone. Our theme music is by Alexandra Willet and our branding by Maxwell McNaughtan.To learn more about the Accidental Intellectual podcast and get full show notes and a transcript of this episode, visit our website at www.accidentalintellectual.com.