Table of contents for Mental health care for urban Indians : clinical insights from Native practitioners / edited by Tawa M. Witko.

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Table of Contents:
Dedication 	 									 ii
Contributors 										 iii
Preface 	 									 iv
Introduction 										1 ø 17 	
Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Background of Urban American Indian Mental Health	
A Clinical Understanding of Urban American Indians			 	20 ø 36 
 By: Mike Aragon, M.A.
Indian Child Welfare Practice within Urban Indian Communities			37 ø 64 
 By: Tessa Evans-Campbell, Ph.D. 	
Mental Health, Wellness, and the Quest for an Authentic American Indian Identity	65 ø 98 
 By: Joseph P. Gone, Ph.D. 	
Part 2: Specific Urban American Indian Treatment Considerations 	 		 
Healing the Generations: Urban American Indians in Recovery		 101 ø 123 
By: Rose L. Clark, Ph.D. 							 
Understanding Domestic Violence within the Urban Indian Community	 124 ø 143 
 By: Tawa M. Witko, PsyD. Rae Marie Martinez & Richard Milda 		 
Trauma and the American Indian						 144 ø 166 
By: Nadine Cole, Ph.D. 						 				 
Part 3: New Directions for Working with Urban American Indians	 			 
Storytelling as a Healing Tool for American Indians				 169 ø 196 
By: Dolores Subia-Bigfoot, Ph.D. & Megan Dunlap 		 		 
A Framework for Working with American Indian Parents		 197 ø 219 
By: Tawa M. Witko, Psy.D. 						 
Growing up Indian: Treatment with Urban Indian Adolescents		 220 ø 239 
 By: Rose L. Clark, PhD & Tawa M. Witko, Psy.D.	
An Innovative Healing Model: Empowering Urban American Indians	 240 ø 258 
 By: Carrie Johnson, Ph.D. 	
Part 4: Emerging Trends and Future Directions	
Conclusions: What Weøve Learned and Where We Need to Go?	 260 ø 267 
 By: Tawa M. Witko, PsyD

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians of North America -- Mental health services.
Indians of North America -- Mental health.
Indians of North America -- Counseling of.
City and town life -- United States -- Psychological aspects.
Indians of North America -- Social conditions.
Cultural psychiatry -- United States.