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October 18, 2012 Historical and Generational Trauma: Significance and Response (Part 2)

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Published on Apr 1, 2013

This is the second part in the October, 2012 Lessons from the Field series.

The purpose of the Lessons from the Field series is 1) to engage community and University clinicians, community leaders, researchers, and instructors in examining specific topics related to children's mental health, and (2) to close the research-practice gap by developing a strong circular pattern of communication where theory and research inform practice that in turn informs theory and research. The series fits our goal to strengthen children's mental health practice and policy by promoting use of evidence. Events are planned by a diverse group of community and University representatives and attended by clinicians, researchers, parents and others locally and throughout Minnesota via video stream and interactive television.

Presenters:
Elder Atum Azzahir, Executive Director, Cultural Wellness Center
BraVada Garrett-Akinsanya, PhD, Executive Director, African American Child Wellness Institute
Jessica Gourneau, Clinical Psychologist, American Indian Family Center
Melissa Walls, Ph.D., University of Minnesota- Duluth

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