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Americans: Guidelines for group process.
Dufrene, Phoebe M.; Coleman, Victoria D.;
Journal for Specialists in Group Work, Vol 17(4), Nov 1992. Special
with multicultural populations. pp. 229-234. Abstract: Discusses how
professionals can best serve Native
using traditional Native
Topics considered include the impact of the federal government on tribes
and its relationship to mental health care, regional differences among
psychological and sociological stressors common to many Native
and the relationship of western therapeutic techniques to Native
healing. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)
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