Identity and embodiment are central issues facing Aboriginal people. These issues are explored as sites of multiple meanings and associations related to prejudice and healing. Examples are chosen in the forms of racism and homophobia. Healing of identity is explored from the perspective of indigenous practice in wholistic and traditional Aboriginal medicine. Also, education and counselling are used as sites of inter-cultural dialogue. Models of healing in identity are proposed that rely on prior research, cultural awareness, and professional practice in counselling and education.