4 edition of Counseling American Indians found in the catalog.
February 15, 2002
by University Press of America
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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American Indians place high value on family and extended family networks, so restoring or healing family bonds can be therapeutic. The Native American concept of family can include elders, others from the same clan, or individuals who are not biologically related. In many Tribes, all members are considered relatives. Advice to Counselors. Statistics show that two thirds of American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIs/ANs) live outside of tribal areas, and 50% of those individuals who seek counseling services will not use tribal resources. There is a strong likelihood that counselors will have the opportunity to Author: Faith G. Harper.
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Healing the Soul Wound: Counseling with American Indians and Other Native People (Multicultural Foundations of Psychology and Counseling Series)Cited by: It also addresses the most severe mental disorders afflicting American Indians today—those of substance abuse and fetal alcoholism.
This book provides historical and cultural foundations relevant to the traditional Navajo, Cherokee and Sioux, giving a basis for the culturally-specific clinical adaptations that are presented : UPA. The book also offers information on the structure of the modern day Native American Indian community and stresses the importance of modern day Indians adhering to traditional values.
Counseling Native American Indians simultaneously shares the inspiring story of Beaver's life while providing Counseling American Indians book advice for counseling Native American.
Get this from a library. Counseling American Indians. [Laurence French] -- Six essays pertain mainly to substance abuse and its treatment in four Native American populations: the Cherokee, Sioux, Navajo, and Mestizo. Contributors provide some information on the history and.
Native American history, values, and acculturation patterns and (2) to illustrate the possible uses of traditional Native American healing practices and culturally relevant metaphors in counseling.
NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE Values There are tribes recognized by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, plus another 52 tribes without official status.
One. counseling and psychotherapy with American Indians. Entries include journal articles, books, book chapters, newspaper and newsletter articles, and conference papers, published Topics covered include counseling approaches and techniques, mental health services for Native Americans.
The book also offers information on the structure of the modern day Native American Indian community and stresses the importance of modern day Indians adhering to traditional values.
Counseling Native American Indians simultaneously shares the inspiring story of Beaver’s life while providing valuable advice for counseling Native American. Studies continue to reveal that Asian-Americans from India are being ignored and treated differently in American society.
There is a widespread belief that Asian-American Indians are a model minority who are not in need of any special consideration and that they underuse or terminate counseling prematurely.
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White Americans by the Numbers [ ]. Healing The Soul Wound book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Eduardo Duran--a psychologist working in Indian country--draw /5. validity and generalizability.
Research on best practices in counseling Native Americans has the potential to greatly improve services for this population. References Gone, J.
Psychotherapy and traditional healing for American Indians. The Counseling Psychologist, 38 (2), Doi: /Cited by: 5. Recommendations for Counseling Native Americans: Results of a Survey Four million people identify themselves as Native American, and they represent hundreds of different tribes in the United States (U.S.
Bureau of the Census, ). There are federally recognized tribal governments who represent million registered tribeCited by: 3. This bibliography presents 75 annotated entries on counseling and psychotherapy with American Indians.
Entries include journal articles, books, book chapters, newspaper and newsletter articles, and conference papers, published Topics covered include counseling approaches and techniques, mental health services for Native Americans, cross-cultural psychology, cultural awareness in Cited by: 1.
A thorough background to the developmental, cultural and special mental health needs of Native American Indian and Alaska Native clients is provided in this volume. The author's practical guidance will enhance helping professionals credibility and the establishment of.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Counseling American Indians by Laurence French,University Press of America edition, in EnglishPages: Healing the Soul Wound: Counseling With American Indians And Other Native Peoples () Book by Eduardo Duran.
Review by Neva Baron. New York: Teachers College Press. $ Paperback, ISBN #. He describes trauma from an American Indian viewpoint in his book Healing the Soul Wound: Counseling With American Indians and Other Native Peoples (Teachers College Press, ).
Some counselors are likely to dismiss the manner in which Duran describes trauma and the approaches that can be used to effectively deal with this experience.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Demographics --Sociopolitical history --Current status. hapter 3C The Spectrum of Counseling American Indians 23 Tarrell Awe Agahe Portman. perspective on diversity as a way to offer direction for multicultural counseling.
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