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Diversity Dialogue NASP Conference 2011 San Francisco. Stephen Jacob Price School Psychologist Intern San Diego State University. Introduction. Jacob Price Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma Kaw Nation of Oklahoma School Psychologist Intern Rural District in East SD County High NA population

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diversity dialogue nasp conference 2011 san francisco

Diversity DialogueNASP Conference 2011San Francisco

Stephen Jacob Price

School Psychologist Intern

San Diego State University

introduction
Introduction
  • Jacob Price
  • Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma
  • Kaw Nation of Oklahoma
  • School Psychologist Intern
    • Rural District in East SD County
    • High NA population
  • San Diego State University
urban indians
Urban Indians
  • About 50% of Natives Americans live in cities
  • Relocation/Removal
  • Struggle to maintain both
    • Traditional Values
    • Modern City Culture
  • Large pop. in bay area
native americans in california
Native Americans in California
  • Largest pop. of any state in the nation
  • Relocation to major cities
  • Urban Indians in the bay area
  • Indian centers in Oakland and San Francisco
  • AIM occupation of Alcatraz
nascp federal grant project
NASCP Federal Grant Project
  • A Multidisciplinary University-School Collaboration for Culturally Competent Related Services Preparation in a Minority Institution
  • Funded by OSEP
  • 3 ½ years participating
  • Open to School Counseling and School Psychology students
inter related systems of support key components contributing to success
Inter-related Systems of Support: Key Components Contributing to Success
  • Native American Seminar
  • High Quality Compatible Graduate Coursework
  • Summer Immersions
  • Institutes on Traditional Knowledge and Decolonization Work
  • Native Mediated Learning and Curriculum Development
  • Development of Culturally Consistent Models of Practice
  • Work in Native Communities
prepared to be a professional
Prepared to be a Professional
  • The grant project is an addition to program
  • Mentors from different tribes
  • Readings from Indigenous authors
  • Experiences in a Native community
  • An understanding common issues that Natives face today
slide9

A Pawnee Decolonized Service Delivery Model

Belonging

Mastery

Generosity

Independence

Mental

Physical

Spiritual

Emotional

Relationships

Stephen Jacob Price

need for natives in school psychology
Need for Natives In School Psychology
  • A high need in the field
  • Today’s youth have many needs
  • Recognize the history between Native Americans and Schools/Education
  • Over-identification in Special Education
  • Relationship with community/school
native americans and nasp
Native Americans and NASP
  • Workgroup dedicated to Native Issues in the field
  • Small numbers, still growing
  • We need more Natives to work with the youth of all tribes
  • Conceptual Framework
nasp native american workgroup
NASP Native American Workgroup
  • Conceptual Framework Developed
  • Developing Position Statement for working with Native Americans

An Indigenous Conceptual Framework Guiding School Psychology Practice with Native American Youth, Families, and Communities

By: NASP Native American Workgroup

slide13
An Indigenous Conceptual Framework Guiding School Psychology Practice with Native American Youth, Families and Communities
  • Components
    • Center
      • Culture and Identity
    • Black Star
      • Intentionality
      • Sovereignty
      • Language
      • Reciprocity
slide14
An Indigenous Conceptual Framework Guiding School Psychology Practice with Native American Youth, Families and Communities
  • Components
    • Red Star
      • Spiritual
      • Cognitive and Academic
      • Socio-Behavioral
      • Physical
  • Outer Circle
    • Specifically Related to School Psychology Practice
      • School Culture & Policy Advocacy
      • Resiliency
      • Educational Historical Foundations
      • Legal Ethical
      • Research
      • Assessment
      • Interventions
      • Home, School & Community Collaboration
nawg will continue to support native communites
NAWG Will Continue to Support Native Communites
  • Develop Modules for NASP
  • Assist with a Position Statement for Working with Native Americans
  • Recruiting Natives to the Field
  • Collaborate and Communicate with other members
thank you
THANK YOU!

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