100669: Project Eagle: Techniques for Family Psycho-educational Group Therapy with Gifted American Indian Adolescents and Their Parents

About the Course:

Abstract: This article describes Project Eagle, a model for short-term psycho-educational therapy with gifted and talented American Indian adolescents and their parents. Descriptions of Project Eagle’s program organization as well as its culturally relevant techniques and activities are provided. The program evaluation includes: participant ratings of the activities, cultural relevance, feelings of being respected, interaction with parents and overall effectiveness of the program. Additional qualitative analysis provides information regarding the program’s impact upon participants.

Authors

American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (journal); Rockey Robbins, Ph.D., Stuart Tonemah, M.Ed., and Sharla Robbins, Ph.D.

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses who seek knowledge about psycho-educational therapy with gifted and talented American Indian adolescents and their parents. It is appropriate for participants’ with intermediate to advanced levels of knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. Describe the organization, process, activities and overall effectiveness of the Project Eagle program.

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