Webinars

Mental Health Webinar Series

Group of Native Professionals

 

 

We host a monthly webinar featuring mental health topics of interest to American Indian and Alaska Native behavioral healthcare professionals. Our webinars are free to attend, but require advance registration.

Continuing education hours are available upon request.

 

Understanding Suicide Series:

Understanding Suicide session 1: Introduction and General Knowledge
Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC
View the recording. View the handouts.

Understanding Suicide session 2: Adolescents and the Changing Brain
Ken Winters, PhD
1-2 EDT . 12-1 CDT . 11-12 MDT . 10-11 PDT . 9-10 ADT
Register.

Understanding Suicide session 3: Holding on to Hope: Tools for providers to help someone experiencing suicidal ideation
Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC
1-2 EDT . 12-1 CDT . 11-12 MDT . 10-11 PDT . 9-10 ADT
View the recording.

2020 webinars:

Introduction to Peer Support in the Era of COVID-19
Talor Gray, MPH
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The Effectiveness & Utilization of Telebehavioral Health: The Future is Now
Nancy A. Roget, MS, MFT, LADC
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Healing the Returning Warrior Series:

Healing the Returning Warrior: Introductory Session
Sean A. Bear 1st, BA, Meskwaki
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Healing the Returning Warrior: Historical Overview of Natives in Warfare, Military
Sean A. Bear 1st, BA, Meskwaki
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Healing the Returning Warrior: Approaches to Assessment and Treatment Traditional Beliefs and Healing Practices
Sean A. Bear 1st, BA, Meskwaki
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Healing the Returning Warrior: Healing the Healer
Sean A. Bear 1st, BA, Meskwaki
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Healing the Returning Warrior: Trauma, Historical Trauma, and PTSD
Sean A. Bear 1st, BA, Meskwaki
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2019 webinars:

Introduction to the National American Indian & Alaska Native MHTTC
National American Indian & Alaska Native MHTTC Staff
View the recording.

Historical Trauma and Healing for Native LGBTQ & Two Spirit Clients
National American Indian & Alaska Native MHTTC Staff
View the recording. 

The Path to Crisis Response and Recovery
Jacque Gray, PhD, Choctaw & Cherokee Nation
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Cultural Considerations for 1st Episode Psychosis
Roger Dale Walker, MD, Cherokee Nation; and Ken Winters, PhD
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A Silent Epidemic: Sexual Violence Against Men and Boys
Lenny Hayes, MA, citizen of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate
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Importance of Early Screening and Intervention in Indian Country
James Ward, MBA, enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
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Cultural Considerations for High Risk Psychosis
Roger Dale Walker, MD, Cherokee Nation; and Ken Winters, PhD
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Reflections of a “Buffalo Dreamer” Psychologist on a Northern Plains Indigenous Healing Paradigm
Daniel V. Foster, Psy.D., MSCP
View the recording.