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  • 1.Is there such a thing as indigenous mental health? Implications for research, education, practice and policy-making in psychology
    In consideration of the extraordinary high prevalence of mental health and substance abuse problems among many indigenous peoples, as well as the associated relative ineffectiveness of standard mental health practices, a call is made for “evidenced-based, culturally relevant health practices that emerge from a constructionist framework rooted in Indigenous psychologies”.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 2.Pivotal protocols: The spirit dimension in indigenous and western psychologies
    Describes the perspective of many indigenous people of a permeable boundary between the seen physical world and that of unseen spirits, and the centrality of this perspective to indigenous mental health and well-being.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 3.Catherine Stanger, PhD and Alan Budney, PhD
    Stanger's research focuses on parenting and contingency management interventions to treat and prevent adolescent substance abuse and Budney's on the development and evaluation of effective treatments for substance use problems, with a primary focus on cannabis.
    Newsletter Article - Scientist Spotlight (September 2011)
  • 4.The Mestizo perspective
    The forging of several different racial and ethnic backgrounds, including Caucasian, African and indigenous bloodlines, have contributed to the unique identity and worldview of a Mestizo, defined as a person born from different races.
    Newsletter Article - CYF News (August 2013)
  • 5.Unbodies of water: The health effects of extinction and genocide — Arawak perspectives
    It is noted that the Arawak people (indigenous people of the Caribbean, northern South America, Central America, and southern North America) are generally viewed to be extinct. But the authors argue otherwise: The Arawak and their descendents are “zombified” (the living dead) due to negative effects of colonialism — especially its rupture of the home-family culture and socialization to an alien one. Strategies for reclaiming Arawak culture and health are discussed.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 6.Call for Papers for Communique Special Section on Indigenous People
    The Communiqué is the semi-annual electronic newsjournal of the American Psychological Association's Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA). The August 2010 issue will feature a special section on Indigenous People: Promoting Psychological Healing and Well-being.
    Newsletter Article - Division Dialogue (May 2010)
  • 7.Honoring children, making relatives: Indigenous traditional parenting practices compatible with evidence-based treatment
    Describes how the Indian Child Trauma Center transformed evidenced-based Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) protocols to be responsive and honor American Indian/Alaska Native traditional beliefs of both well-being and appropriate parenting practices.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 8.Recently Published
    Summary of recently published books related to international psychology on topics such as cognition, neuropsychology, personality, human development and culture.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology International (October 2010)
  • 9.Nominee for Division 16 vice president of education, training and scientific affairs
    Meet Catherine A. Fiorello, the nominee for Div. 16 vice president of education, training, and scientific affairs.
    Newsletter Article - The School Psychologist (April 2013)
  • 10.APA approves resolution on accreditation for doctoral and internship programs
    The APA Council of Representatives approved a resolution on accreditation for programs that prepare psychologists to provide health services, which sets forth a vision that all students training to become health service psychologists will be trained in doctoral and internship programs accredited by APA/CPA, or an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology Student Network (January 2014)
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