Counseling American Indians Please watch all videos and complete assigned readings, think about your answers.. (UTUBE – Links to an external site.)
Please watch the following short videos to get a sense of American Indian boarding schools. Then answer the questions on Part 1: Indian Boarding School Plan (Links to an external site.) Indian Boarding School Plan ; Boarding School Native American Indian Student richheape.com (Links to an external site.) Boarding School Native American Indian Student richheape.com ; Children Of Carlisle School Native American (Links to an external site.) Children Of Carlisle School Native American ;
A. What do you believe was the impact of Native American residential boarding schools?
B. Please share your views about the impact on survivors, impact on their families, and impact on Native American communities.
Now imagine that your new client is the Native American man in the following video: Native American Indian Children Boarding Schools Cherokee Carlisle (Links to site.) Native American Indian Children Boarding Schools Cherokee Carlisle
C. Think about how you would respond to your client’s story.
D. Please take time to reflect on how he may have felt when he shared his story, and what would be helpful for him to hear from his counselor.
E. Think and write about your own culture, race, and gender, and the impact that those factors could have in your relationship with him.
F. Now share how you would build a strong counseling relationship with him and what counseling techniques you would use.
Respond to the following questions based on the video link below:
http://www.wkkf.org/what-we-support/racial-equity/stories/with-a-new-generation-an-opportunity-to-heal.aspx (Links to an external site.)
1) In the video, Liz mentions that in the past, there were “No dogs, no Natives” signs in storefronts in the state of Alaska. How do you think the memory of those signs affect the way White people look at Alaska Natives, the way Alaska Natives look at White people, and the way Alaska Natives look at themselves?
2) Liz states in the video that her generation wants to have a dialogue about racism against Alaska Natives because they don’t want to “sit and watch another generation of people get lost to suicide, alcoholism , drug abuse.”
How do you think racism impacts the rates of suicide, alcoholism, and drug abuse?
What do you believe are the effects of racism on mental health?
In order to answer this question, please refer to the following document:
http://www.socialworkgatherings.com/Resolution%20Against%20Racism%20APA.pdf or Resolution Against Racism APA.pdf Preview the document
3) How do you think talking about racism helps build unity?
NOTE: You should use appropriate sources of information (e.g. assigned readings, peer reviewed articles, books, information provided through websites by professional organizations) to justify your views. You must also cite your sources in APA style (e.g., Comas Diaz, 1994, p. 45), follow grammatical rules when constructing sentences, and avoid ANY type of plagiarism.
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