American Indian and Alaska Native
Society of Indian Psychologists
"Psychologists and Mental Health Workers in Service to First Nations Peoples"
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This year's SIP Retreat and Conference are coming up fast!!
Retreat: June 21-23 Conference: June 24-25
Dennis Norman, EDD, ABPP (Southern Cheyenne and Cherokee)
Board Certified in Clinical and Child and Adolescent Psychology
Faculty Chair, Harvard University Native American Program
Chief of Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Medicine Man Claude Two Elk from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe
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at the 2013 SIP Retreat and Conference
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POST YOUR JOBS on the SIP Website . . .
Finally, POST JOBS DIRECTLY TO THE SIP WEBSITE YOURSELF!!! We now have a means to place job postings on the SIP website. In the past, with job postings so frequent and temporary, they were almost impossible to put on the SIP website without creating a maintenance nightmare. To address this issue and the many requests SIP has received for job posts to be included on the website, we now have a space under the "SIP Forum" page. You may now post relevant jobs anytime! Just go to the forum page under the Job Postings category. Anyone may post a job listing but they must first join the forum to deter spam, false, and other nuisance entries. Internships and similar announcements may also be posted under the SIP Forum.
POSTED by popular demand: "Guiding Principles for Engaging in Research with Native American Communities" More info . . .
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the SIP Open Letter regarding the DSM-V
The mission of the Society of Indian Psychologists is to provide an organization for Native American indigenous people to advocate for the mental well-being of Native peoples by increasing the knowledge and awareness of issues impacting Native mental health.
Our main goal is to come together as Native psychologists who work in support of professionals, researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students. As a community, we share ideas, disseminate knowledge and new information relevant to Native People. United by a common core of values, we seek to be a resource for our respective communities by increasing the knowledge and awareness of issues impacting Native mental health.