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  • 1.Research roundup: Self-injurious behavior, part 1
    Better understanding of factors related to the occurrence of self-injurious behavior may facilitate more efficient and appropriate assessment and treatment.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (October 2011)
  • 2.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)
  • 3.June 2011 Policy Update
    APA members participated in events on children’s mental health, bullying, and American Indian and Alaska Native issues, during Mental Health Month.
    Newsletter Article - In the Public Interest (June 2011)
  • 4.Call for nominations: Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs
    The Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs is seeking nominations for two new members to begin three-year terms as a self-identified American Indian/Alaska Native female and Hispanic-American/Latina female psychologists.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (February 2013)
  • 5.Ethnicity and Health in America Series
    The Ethnicity and Health in America Series is designed to raise public awareness concerning the varied health concerns of America’s people of color, while highlighting the impact of psychological factors on those health concerns.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (November 2012)
  • 6.Legislative efforts to eliminate native-themed mascots, nicknames, and logos: Slow but steady progress post-APA resolution
    Notes that since the adoption of the 2005 APA Resolution recommending the immediate retirement of American Indian mascots, symbols, images and personalities by schools colleges, universities, athletic teams and organizations, there has been an increase of AI/AN psychologists who are developing research partnerships with Native communities that are responsive to their needs and concerns, including racism, stereotypes, prejudice and mascots.
    Newsletter Article - Communique (August 2010)
  • 7.American Indians may remain least known of all American ethnic minorities
    In commemoration of American Indian/Alaska Native Heritage Month in November, the APA Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs is sponsoring a presentation addressing stress from a specific American Indian perspective.
    Newsletter Article - In the Public Interest (December 2013)
  • 8.November is Native American Heritage Month
    National American Indian & Alaska Native mental health initiatives are supported by APA year round through research, presentations and other initiatives.
    Newsletter Article - In the Public Interest (November 2011)
  • 9.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)
  • 10.2010 obituary listings
    Deceased psychologists, including former Division 16 members, recognized in the American Psychologist.
    Newsletter Article - The School Psychologist (July 2012)
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