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Living Resilience August 7, 2013. John Molina, MD, JD President Molina Healthcare Consulting. Considerations. Historical Perspective Native American Culture Western Culture Challenges Harmonizing cultures. Historical Trauma. Integration of Two Cultures.

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Living resilience august 7 2013

Living ResilienceAugust 7, 2013

John Molina, MD, JD

President

Molina Healthcare Consulting


Considerations
Considerations

  • Historical Perspective

  • Native American Culture

  • Western Culture

  • Challenges

  • Harmonizing cultures


Historical trauma
HistoricalTrauma


Integration of two cultures
IntegrationofTwoCultures


Historical overview multi generational trauma
Historical Overview: Multi-Generational Trauma

Great-Grandma

Grandma

Identity Confusion

Mother

Assimilation

Relocation

Cultural DisconnectPhysical AbuseBehavioral Health Issues arise

Daughter

Loss of Kinship System

New Born/Child

Loss of Parenting

Loss of Spirituality

Neglect/ Abuse

?

?

Loss of Traditions

Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Loss of Identity

Behavioral & Health Issues worsen

Co-Dependency

?

Loss of Language

?

Confusion

Anger/Resentment towards Parents

Oppression

Poor Nutrition

“Who am I?”

“Where do I belong?”

Risky Sexual Behaviors

Suicidal

Lack of Parenting Skills

Stephanie Ohitika Win Big Crow, Oglala Lakota


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Universal principles
Universal Principles

Respect

Bravery

Hope

Wisdom

Generosity

Fortitude

Humility

Pride

Spirituality

Kinship

Stephanie Ohitika Win Big Crow, Oglala Lakota


Holistic integrative model
Holistic Integrative Model

Emotional

Mental

Physical

Cycle of Life

Spiritual


Western culture
Western Culture

  • Core Values

    • Individualism

    • Rights

    • Capitalism

    • Science and Technology

  • Western Culture Global at:www.westerncultureglobal.org



Protective factors
ProtectiveFactors

  • Traditional Cultural and Spiritual Practices

  • Community

  • Family

  • Extended interpersonal relationships

  • Humor

Annjeanette E. Belcourt-Dinloff,

Resiliency and Risk in Native American

Communities, 2006


Harmonizing cultures
Harmonizing Cultures

  • Strengthen your spiritual connection

  • Live universal principles

  • Integrate the world into your cultural beliefs

  • Be yourself... and be proud


Nadine heckman nelson tribal elder 2003
Nadine Heckman NelsonTribal Elder 2003

  • “The Elders said to the children, go children, go forward in this changing world, study, learn so that you can become doctors, teachers, lawyers and one day even a chief. Help yourselves and your people, but always remember who you are and be proud.”


The soul of the indian charles alexander eastman ohiyesa
The Soul of The Indian:Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa)

“ The religion of the Indian is the last thing about him that the man of another race will ever understand…silence, love and reverence.”

(1858-1939)


An indian s prayer
An Indian’s Prayer

O Father, Whose voice I hear in the winds and

Whose breath gives life to the world, hear me.

I am a man before you, one of your many children,

I am small and weak.

I need your strength and wisdom.

Let me walk in beauty and

Make my eyes ever behold the red and purple sunsets.

Make my hands respect the things you have made, my ears sharp to hear your voice.

Make me wise so that I may know the things

You have taught my people

The lessons you have hidden in every leaf and rock.

I seek strength, Father, not to be superior to my brothers,

But to able to fight my worst enemy, Myself.

Make me ever ready to come to you with clean hands and straight eyes,

So that when life fades as the fading sunset,

My spirit may come to your without shame.

Tom Whitecloud II, M.D. Chippewa (1914-1972)


Wopila mi tiwahe
Wopila mi’tiwahe’

John Molina, MD, JD (Yaqui/San Carlos Apache)

E-mail: [email protected]


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