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Title Indigenous cultures and mental health counselling : four directions for integration with counselling psychology / edited by Suzanne L. Stewart, Roy Moodley, and Ashley Hyatt
Published New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (xxx, 238 pages) : illustrations
Series Explorations in mental health series
Explorations in mental health series.
Contents Reclaiming grassroots traditional indigenous healing ways and practices within urban indigenous community contexts / Barbara Waterfall, Dan Smoke, and Mary Lou Smoke -- A laughing matter : Native American humour as Indigenous healing tradition and way of life / Michael Tlanusta Garrett, J.T. Garrett, Gloria K. King, Tarrell Awe Agahe Portman, Edil Torres-Rivera, Dale Brotherton, and Lisa Grayshield -- Gifts of the Seven Winds alcohol and drug prevention model for American Indians / Rockey Robbins, E. Allen Eason, Stephen Colmant, Derek Burks, and Brenda McDaniel -- Traditional spiritual healing / Wendy Hill -- Indigenous North American psychological healing ways and the placement of integration and decolonization / Glen McCabe -- Counselling Indigenous peoples in Canada / Suzanne L. Stewart and Anne Marshall -- Lessons from clinical practice : some of the ways in which Canadian mental health professionals practice integration / Olga Oulanova and Roy Moodley -- Injury where blood does not flow / Eduardo Duran and Judith Firehammer -- Historical perspectives on Indigenous healing / Allison Reeves and Suzanne L. Stewart -- Colonial trauma and political pathways to healing / Terry Mitchell -- Cultures in collision : "higher" education and the clash between indigenous and non-indigenous "ways of knowing" / Michael Chandler -- An ally in northern community health : respectful engagement in healing relationships / Linda O'Neill -- A'tola'nw : indigenous-centered learning in a counselling graduate program / Anne Marshall, Larry Emerson, Lorna Williams, Asma Antoine, Colleen MacDougall, and Ruby Peterson -- A partnership with the people : Skillful navigation of culture and ethics / Melinda A. GarcĂ­a, Gayle S. Morse, Joseph E. Trimble, Denise M. Casillas, Beth Boyd, and Jeff King
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (Taylor & Francis Group, viewed May 1, 2018)
Subject Community mental health services -- North America
Ethnopsychology -- North America
Indians of North America -- Counseling of
Indians of North America -- Mental health services.
Indians of North America -- Mental health.
Indians, North American -- psychology.
Community mental health services.
Ethnopsychology.
Indians of North America -- Counseling of.
Indians of North America -- Mental health services.
Indians of North America -- Mental health.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
North America.
Form Electronic book
Author Hyatt, Ashley, editor.
Moodley, Roy, editor.
Stewart, Suzanne L., editor.
ISBN 1315681463
1317400232
1317400240
9781315681467
9781317400233
9781317400240