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Joseph P. Gone, PhD, Harvard University – Visiting Scholar Series
Native American communities exhibit alarming disparities in mental health and associated problems.
Despite such needs, advocates and professionals in these settings insist that mainstream clinical interventions are frequently irrelevant and ineffective on cultural grounds. Instead, in the wake of a brutal Euro-American colonization, many Native Americans today assert that “our culture is our treatment.”
This presentation reviews Native American concerns and critiques of evidence-based practice in community mental health to ensure that researchers, professionals, and providers are prepared to address these challenges when undertaking service delivery within Indigenous communities.
Presentation highlights include:
SeriesGrand Rounds Lectures
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