American Indian and Alaska Native
Mental Health Research: The Journal of the National Center
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- Gray, Normal Ph.D., Nye, Patricia S. M.D. CSAC. American Indian and Alaska Native Substance Abuse: Co-Morbidity and Cultural Issues. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal of the National Center. Volume 10, Issue 2. pg. 67-84.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
de Schweinitz, P. A., Nation, C., DeCou, C. R., Stewart, T. J., & Allen, J. (2017). Cultural perspectives on suicide from a rural Athabascan Alaska Native community: Wellness teams as a strengths-based community response.Journal of Rural Mental Health, 41(1), 4–16.
Macdonald, A., Pukay-Martin, N. D., Wagner, A. C., Fredman, S. J., & Monson, C. M. (2016). Cognitive–behavioral conjoint therapy for PTSD improves various PTSD symptoms and trauma-related cognitions: Results from a randomized controlled trial.Journal of Family Psychology, 30(1), 157–162.
O'Keefe, V. M., & Reger, G. M. (2017). Suicide among American Indian/Alaska Native military service members and veterans.Psychological Services, 14(3), 289–294.
Rasmus, S. M., Trickett, E., Charles, B., John, S., & Allen, J. (2019). The qasgiq model as an indigenous intervention: Using the cultural logic of contexts to build protective factors for Alaska Native suicide and alcohol misuse prevention.Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 25(1), 44–54.
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