Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health Speakers
The Seven Generations Center of Excellence brings Native American experts in behavioral health from around the country to UND to present on various topics related to behavioral health and Native Americans.
- Native clinicians working in Indian Country.
- Native scholars conducting research with Native communities.
- Scholars will be on the UND campus one or two weeks per semester. In addition to presenting, they will meet with students to discuss research, training, and provide mentorship.
- Cultural presentations.
Upcoming Native Scholar
There are no upcoming Native Scholars at this time.
Dr. Spero Manson
Pursuing Rigorous Science of Local Benefit: 35 Years of Behavioral Health Research in Indian Country
February 16, 2017
- Pursuing Rigorous Science of Local Benefit: 35 Years of Behavioral Health Research in Indian Country
Dr. Dan Foster
Friday, April 22, 2016
Dr. Shelly Peltier
February 18, 2016
Gayle Skawennio Morse, PhD
January 26, 2015
Melinda A. Garcia
April 1, 2015
Gene Thin Elk
April 29, 2014
- Lisa Grayshield, PhD
- John Gonzalez, PhD
Delore Subia (Dee) BigFoot
Cultural Adaptation of Evidence Based Practices
April 24, 2013
Rebecca Foster, PhD, MS
Prescription Privileges for Native Psychologists
March 22, 2013
Casey McDougall, PhD
Red Lake Integrated Care
Other possible scholars:
- Joseph Trimble, Ph.D., Western Washington University
- Joseph Gone, Ph.D., Michigan
- Kamilla Venner, Ph.D., New Mexico
- Bonnie Duran, DSW, Washington
- Richard Bird, M.A., CCAC III, Sisseton – Substance Abuse Treatment
- Ruth Marie Montieth, Ph.D., Spirit Lake – Practice in a new location
- Tami Trottier, Ph.D., Turtle Mountain – Behavioral Health Clinic for Obesity Treatment
- Dewey Ertz, Ph.D., SD, – IHS IRB
- Paul Dauphinais, Ph.D., Turtle Mountain – Working in schools
To learn more about upcoming presentations or inquire about being a presenter, contact:
Dr. Jacque Gray