Noela Crowe-Salazar BA, MSW, RSW
Hi, I’m Noela. I’m a registered social worker with over 20 years of experience working with families – I’ve worked on the front lines, held management and executive management positions, written policy, contributed to legislation, and trained others.
I’m also a sessional lecturer for the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Regina.
Pregnancy and a Women Centred Harm Reduction Approach: Challenging the Mother and Baby Divide to Support Family Well Being in Awakening the Spirit: Moving Forward In Child Welfare; Voices from the Prairies, University of Toronto Press. April 2012
We Are Not Asking Them to Hate Us We Want Them to Help Us: findings of focus groups studies with pregnant drug users in Regina, Saskatchewan in Poverty Papers – Social Policy Research Unit, University of Regina, August 2008
Exploring the Experiences of an Elder, A Psychiatrist and a Psychologist: How can Traditional Healers and Practices Complement Existing Practices in Mental Health in The First People Child and Family Review Volume 3, Number 4, 2007 pp 83-95
A registered social worker with over 20 years of experience working with families.
Let's discuss how I can help you.