Prevention. Intervention. Respect.

Relevant Literature

The resources included here describe practices that have been used in Tribal communities to confront and address child maltreatment. They highlight Tribally owned and developed practices, practice models that have undergone a Tribal adaptation, and evidence-based practices that show promise for cultural adaptation. All resources were collected as part of our review (full review can be accessed here) of the peer-reviewed literature and reflect what can be found primarily in academic publishing venues by searching academic databases, online search engines, and government agency websites.

Title Focus Area Type
'Native Americans, neurofeedback, and substance abuse theory:' Three year outcome of alpha/theta neurofeedback training in the treatment of problem drinking among Dine' (Navajo) people.       Journal Article
(1997)
A cognitive-behavioral treatment for depression in rural American Indian middle school students.       Clinical Trial
(2013)
A Collaborative and Trauma-Informed Practice Model for Urban Indian Child Welfare.       Article
(2012)
A model for fetal alcohol syndrome prevention in Native American population.       Chapter
(2002)
A pilot randomized trial of Motivational Interviewing compared to Psycho-Education for reducing and preventing underage drinking in American Indian adolescents.       Journal Article
(2017)
Acceptability of a web-based community reinforcement approach for substance use disorders with treatment-seeking American Indians/Alaska Natives.   Family   Clinical Trial
(2015)
Adaptation and implementation of cognitive behavioral intervention for trauma in schools with American Indian youth. Child     Journal Article
(2010)
American Indian adolescents girls: Vulnerability to sex trafficking, intervention strategies. Child     Journal Article
(2012)
American Indian and Alaska Native children: Honoring children—Mending the circle.       Chapter
(2012)
American Indian substance abuse prevention efforts: A review of programs, 2003-2013.       Journal Article
(2015)
Assessment of awareness of connectedness as a culturally-based protective factor for Alaska native youth.       Journal Article
(2011)
Assessment of risk and protection in Native American youth: Steps toward conducting culturally relevant, sustainable prevention in Indian country. Child     Journal Article
(2017)
Building bridges: Connecting systemic trauma and family resilience in the study and treatment of diverse traumatized families.   Family   Journal Article
(2017)
Building true capacity: indigenous models for indigenous communities.   Family Community Journal Article
(2006)
Challenges Faced in Engaging American Indian Mothers in an Early Childhood Caries Preventive Trial. Child Family   Journal Article
(2015)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy With Alaska Native People. Child Family   Chapter
(2006)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy With American Indians. Child Family   Chapter
(2006)
Conducting drug abuse prevention research in partnership with Native American communities: Meeting challenges through collaborative approaches.       Journal Article
(1999)
Correlates of Motivational Interviewing Use Among Substance Use Treatment Programs Serving American Indians/Alaska Natives. Child Family   Journal Article
(2017)
Creating a culturally appropriate web-based behavioral intervention for American Indian/Alaska Native women in Southern California: the healthy women healthy Native nation study.      
Cultural Adaptation for Therapy With American Indians and Alaska Natives.       Article
(2012)
Cultural considerations for assessment and treatment in child maltreatment cases.       Chapter
(2014)
Cultural interventions for American Indian and Alaska Native youth: The Elluam Tungiinun and Nagi Kicopi Programs. Child     Chapter
(2011)
Development of a Culturally Informed Child Safety Curriculum for American Indian Families. Child Family   Journal Article
(2017)
Development of the American Indian Enculturation Scale to assist counseling practice.       Journal Article
(2008)