Fri, Apr 21|
Webinar 4: Native American Youth and Psychology
Webinar #4: Native American Youth and Psychology Dolores Subia BigFoot (Caddo) Professor and Director Indian Country Trauma Center University of Oklahoma Health and Science Center Oklahoma City, OK
Time & Location
Apr 21, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
About the event
Webinar #4: Native American Youth and Psychology
Dolores Subia BigFoot (Caddo)
Professor and Director Indian Country Trauma Center
University of Oklahoma Health and Science Center
Oklahoma City, OK
The primary goal of this webinar is to provide a space to focus on Native American Youth and Psychology. The webinar will be led by Dr. Dolores BigFoot, who will discuss her experience working with American Indian and Alaskan Native Children. Dr. BigFoot is a child psychologist, Presidential professor, and directs the Indian Country Trauma Center in the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect at the University of Oklahoma Health and Science Center. Select topics may include: trauma-informed care, evidence-based child treatment protocols, clinical training on child maltreatment using culturally based teachings.
This Webinar is Hosted by the Society of Indian Psychologists Mentorship Program Committee:
- Mark Baez Ph.D. (Mohawk/Pawnee/Coahuiltecan)
- Rebecca Foster, Ph.D. (Blackfeet/Dakota)
- William Gouveia, Ph.D. (Mi’kmaq)
- Tammy Greer, Ph.D. (United Houma Nation)
- Shaun Hains (Mètis Nation)
- Stephanie Miller, Ph.D., Chair (Mohawk)
- Haley Shea, Ph.D. (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma)
- Stephanie Zackery, M.A., Student Representative (Muscogee/Creek)
For Further Information Email: Dr. Stephanie Miller, Chair of SIP Mentorship Program at SIPMentorship@gmail.com
Psychology CE Offerings: Attendants are eligible to earn 1.5 CE units for 1.5 hour-long program. SIP Mentorship Program Mentors are eligible for no fee credits with completion of post-session evaluation form and full session attendance. Webinar program is free and open to the General Public and to Members of
the SIP community with advanced registration. Fees for CEU credits Mentors (free) and Guests ($30, payable with registration at https://www.paypal.com/instantcommerce/checkout/AETLZJSN7MA7A).
*Participants must attend the entire workshop via Zoom with their video capabilities turned on to be eligible for CE credits. The Mentorship Committee will email the forms to all those participants eligible for CE credits (attended and paid, if applicable) as soon as the CE workshop concludes. The SIP CE coordinator, Joanna Shadlow, Ph.D. (Joannaemail@example.com) will send out CE certificate to each participant once they receive
1) confirmation of attendance,
2) confirmation of payment (if applicable), and
3) participant returns a completed evaluation form.
The participant will be able to:
- Define trauma informed care and its potential impact on Indigenous people, and specifically Native American Youth.
- Describe the importance of culturally based teachings in clinical training and addressing childhood maltreatment.
- Identify two examples of trauma informed care when focusing on Native American youth.
We invite our expert speaker Dr. Dolores Bigfoot to discuss the importance of Native American Youth in Psychology and her experiences as the director of the Indian Country Trauma Center at the University of Oklahoma Health and Science Center. We will also provide time for mentor/mentee and guest participants to ask questions of our speaker. This Webinar will be a combination of didactic information and experiential process to provide the mentors and mentees an opportunity to learn and share knowledge about Native American Youth in Psychology and how it relates to working in Native American communities.
Click to join video: https://olemiss.zoom.us/j/94771098425
Click to join phone: https://olemiss.zoom.us/u/abf5xbPUT
Meeting ID: 947 7109 8425
AKST 9:00 am - 10:30 am
PST 10:00 am - 11:30 am
MST 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
CST 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
EST 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Full Disclosure Statement: The presenters and organizers do not individually gain financially by the sale of any product or publication as a result of this workshop accepting where applicable fees to cover the costs of CEU certification support the Society of Indian Psychologists. No external source funds the research presented in this workshop.