Healing and Mental Health for Native Americans

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Introduction Chapter 1: Speaking in Red: Morning Star Rising in Native American Communities Part 1: Healing Substance Abuse Chapter 2: The Historical Trauma Response among Natives and Its Relationship to Substance Abuse: A Lakota Illustration Chapter 3: Reducing Substance Abuse in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities: The Healthy Nations Initiative Chapter 4: Substance Abuse Treatment at Friendship House: Transformation and Culture Part 2: Innovations in Mental Health Chapter 5: Urban Trails: Holistic System of Care for Native Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter 6: Joining and Sustaining Yup'ik and Cup'ik Healing with Behavioral Health Treatment Chapter 7: Mandan and Hidatsa Families and Children: Surviving Historical Assault Part 3: Building Healthy Communities Chapter 8: Community Readiness: The Journey to Community Healing Chapter 9: Mobilizing Communities to Reduce Substance Abuse in Indian Country Chapter 10: A Data Reconnaissance for Native Americans Part 4: Traditional Ceremonies and Healing Chapter 11: Perspectives on Traditional Health Practices Chapter 12: Healing the Kashaya Way Chapter 13: Peacemaking Ceremonies for Substance Abuse Treatment Part 5: Native Americans and HIV/AIDS Chapter 14: The Morning God Comes Dancing: Culturally-Competent Mental Health and HIV Services Chapter 15: HIV/AIDS Care Programs for American Indians and Alaska Natives Chapter 16: American Indians and HIV/AIDS Part 6: Working with Special Populations Chapter 17: Aiming to Balance: Native Women Healing in an Urban Behavioral Health Care Clinic Chapter 18: Substance Dependency Among Homeless American Indians in Oakland and Tucson Chapter 19: American Indian Involvement in the Criminal Justice System Chapter 20: American Indian Public Charter School: Why it is a Model School for Students? Index About the Authors
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Speaking in Red

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Beschreibung

Substance abuse, mental illness, and violence are a self-perpetuating vicious cycle in many Native American communities. In this book, the authors highlight the importance of eliminating health disparities and increasing the access of Native Americans to critical substance abuse and mental health services. Dedicated educators, researchers, and clinicians in the Native community demonstrate how practitioners can work within both the walls of western medicine and the circles of traditional healers, and promote healing through changes in the way we treat our sick_spiritually, traditionally, ceremonially, and scientifically_whether in rural areas, on reservations, or in cities. They emphasize the importance of non-profit community-based health organizations as nodes for community interaction and sources of mental health services for Native Americans in multi-tribal, multi-ethnic, and multi-racial urban areas. This excellent collection will be invaluable for medical and mental health professionals and the Native health community.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

01.01.2004

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Ethan Nebelkopf + weitere

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AltaMira Press

Seitenzahl

238

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

01.01.2004

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AltaMira Press

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238

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23,5/15,7/1,7 cm

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503 g

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Englisch

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978-0-7591-0606-2

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  • Healing and Mental Health for Native Americans
  • Introduction Chapter 1: Speaking in Red: Morning Star Rising in Native American Communities Part 1: Healing Substance Abuse Chapter 2: The Historical Trauma Response among Natives and Its Relationship to Substance Abuse: A Lakota Illustration Chapter 3: Reducing Substance Abuse in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities: The Healthy Nations Initiative Chapter 4: Substance Abuse Treatment at Friendship House: Transformation and Culture Part 2: Innovations in Mental Health Chapter 5: Urban Trails: Holistic System of Care for Native Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter 6: Joining and Sustaining Yup'ik and Cup'ik Healing with Behavioral Health Treatment Chapter 7: Mandan and Hidatsa Families and Children: Surviving Historical Assault Part 3: Building Healthy Communities Chapter 8: Community Readiness: The Journey to Community Healing Chapter 9: Mobilizing Communities to Reduce Substance Abuse in Indian Country Chapter 10: A Data Reconnaissance for Native Americans Part 4: Traditional Ceremonies and Healing Chapter 11: Perspectives on Traditional Health Practices Chapter 12: Healing the Kashaya Way Chapter 13: Peacemaking Ceremonies for Substance Abuse Treatment Part 5: Native Americans and HIV/AIDS Chapter 14: The Morning God Comes Dancing: Culturally-Competent Mental Health and HIV Services Chapter 15: HIV/AIDS Care Programs for American Indians and Alaska Natives Chapter 16: American Indians and HIV/AIDS Part 6: Working with Special Populations Chapter 17: Aiming to Balance: Native Women Healing in an Urban Behavioral Health Care Clinic Chapter 18: Substance Dependency Among Homeless American Indians in Oakland and Tucson Chapter 19: American Indian Involvement in the Criminal Justice System Chapter 20: American Indian Public Charter School: Why it is a Model School for Students? Index About the Authors