Neurodecolonization refers both to a) the process of challenging and dismantling colonial and Western-centric paradigms, frameworks, and systems, particularly in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, and mental health and b) the process of healing and reconnection through the rewiring of a brain and central nervous system damaged by Toxic Socialization.
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