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The Resource Psychology and Indigenous Australians : teaching, practice and theory : proceedings of the Inaugural Annual Conference held July 12th and 13th 2007, [editors : Rob Ranzijn, Lisa Hodgson and Giovanina Severino]

Psychology and Indigenous Australians : teaching, practice and theory : proceedings of the Inaugural Annual Conference held July 12th and 13th 2007, [editors : Rob Ranzijn, Lisa Hodgson and Giovanina Severino]

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Psychology and Indigenous Australians : teaching, practice and theory : proceedings of the Inaugural Annual Conference held July 12th and 13th 2007
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Psychology and Indigenous Australians
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teaching, practice and theory : proceedings of the Inaugural Annual Conference held July 12th and 13th 2007
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[editors : Rob Ranzijn, Lisa Hodgson and Giovanina Severino]
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eng
Summary
Papers in Section 1 explore the effects of racism and racist discourse in the everyday lives of Indigenous people; Indigenous pedagogical tools are applied to the teaching and training of health professionals; a case study of mental health issues for Indigenous peole with a disability are explored; panel discussion on cultural competence; Papers in Section 2 present the development psychological assessment strategies and interventions appropriate for specific Indigenous cultural contexts; examples of effective service provision, including the fact that non-Indigenous service providers can be effective as long as they are willing to work in real partnership and to learn from Indigenous communities
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non fiction
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2007
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Psychology and Indigenous Australians Annual Conference (
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  • Ranzjin, Rob
  • Hodgson, Lisa
  • Severino, Giovanina
  • University of South Australia
  • University of South Australia
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Mental health education
  • Psychologists
  • Social workers
  • Intercultural communication
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Psychology and Indigenous Australians : teaching, practice and theory : proceedings of the Inaugural Annual Conference held July 12th and 13th 2007, [editors : Rob Ranzijn, Lisa Hodgson and Giovanina Severino]
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Contents
Section 1: Psychology and Indigenous Australians: teaching, research and theory -- Keynote address: Dennis McDermott, What cure for the Tamworth Syndrome? The accumulative experience of racism, blackfella well-being, and psychological practice -- Damien Riggs: This is not a confessional song: discourse analysis and race privilege - Danielle Every: Critical discursive methods as a resource in education and anti-racism: potentials and pitfalls --Tracey Powis: 'Doing our own work': re-working whiteness in psychology -- Michelle Dickson: Moving learning from the head to the heart: teaching and learning Indigenous content in applied psychology and social health courses -- Diane Gabb: What do Indigenous experiences and perspectives mean for transcultural teaching for health professionals? -- Phil Flint: Investigating the menetal health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults with an intellectual disability -- Panel discussion: Cultural competence: Developing and implementing models of cultural competence training in tertiary education, professional development and within organisations. Section 2: Indigenous social emotional well-being -- effective pracice and service provision -- Keynote address: Tracey Westerman, The value of unique service provision for Aboriginal Australians: the benefits of starting from scratch -- Keynote address: Judy Atkinson, Finding our relatedness stories: psychology and Indigenous healing practice -- Kathryn Stone and Sarah Sutton: Sexual offender treatment of Indigenous males: how to keep the program responsive and interesting -- Rachel Reilly and Joyce Doyle: Koori community-directed health promotion in the Goulburn Valley -- Harold Stewart and Kerry Dix: Respecting culture: telling stories of suicide prevention in rural communities -- Michael Brown: The policy framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and social and emotional well-being
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
156 p.
Isbn
9780868035499
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ill.
Label
Psychology and Indigenous Australians : teaching, practice and theory : proceedings of the Inaugural Annual Conference held July 12th and 13th 2007, [editors : Rob Ranzijn, Lisa Hodgson and Giovanina Severino]
Publication
Contents
Section 1: Psychology and Indigenous Australians: teaching, research and theory -- Keynote address: Dennis McDermott, What cure for the Tamworth Syndrome? The accumulative experience of racism, blackfella well-being, and psychological practice -- Damien Riggs: This is not a confessional song: discourse analysis and race privilege - Danielle Every: Critical discursive methods as a resource in education and anti-racism: potentials and pitfalls --Tracey Powis: 'Doing our own work': re-working whiteness in psychology -- Michelle Dickson: Moving learning from the head to the heart: teaching and learning Indigenous content in applied psychology and social health courses -- Diane Gabb: What do Indigenous experiences and perspectives mean for transcultural teaching for health professionals? -- Phil Flint: Investigating the menetal health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults with an intellectual disability -- Panel discussion: Cultural competence: Developing and implementing models of cultural competence training in tertiary education, professional development and within organisations. Section 2: Indigenous social emotional well-being -- effective pracice and service provision -- Keynote address: Tracey Westerman, The value of unique service provision for Aboriginal Australians: the benefits of starting from scratch -- Keynote address: Judy Atkinson, Finding our relatedness stories: psychology and Indigenous healing practice -- Kathryn Stone and Sarah Sutton: Sexual offender treatment of Indigenous males: how to keep the program responsive and interesting -- Rachel Reilly and Joyce Doyle: Koori community-directed health promotion in the Goulburn Valley -- Harold Stewart and Kerry Dix: Respecting culture: telling stories of suicide prevention in rural communities -- Michael Brown: The policy framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and social and emotional well-being
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
156 p.
Isbn
9780868035499
Other physical details
ill.

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