This link leads to a collection of publications put online by the Aboriginal Healing Foundation as part of their Research Series.
I found this a useful place to start as I was interested in inter-generational healing and community. There were some very interesting articles on here. One document in particular was very useful for me and that was, “Reclaiming Connections: Understanding Residential School Trauma Among Aboriginal People.” This document chronicles the Aboriginal experience in Canada from pre- and post-contact history and the residential school experiences of Inuit, Métis, and First Nations. Then it discusses the trauma that individuals and communities are coping with. A really wonderful part of this document are the suggestions for healing, including Aboriginal Healing Models and culture-specific healing strategies such as “being out on the land” for Inuit or gathering medicines like sweet-grass for Métis (p.75).
Other interesting research and information on healing can be found here: