100689: The Dream Catcher: A Therapeutic Technique Used With American Indian Adolescents

About the Course:

The article describes a short-term treatment insight-oriented model for American Indian adolescents, called Dream Catcher Meditation. It is aimed at helping clients’ express unconscious conflicts and to facilitate differentiation and healthy mutuality. Though its duration can vary, twelve sessions are outlined here. Session descriptions include goals and sample questions. Also included are anecdotal material and reflections about cultural relevancy. NOTE: begins on page 51 of the article.

Author

American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (journal)

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses who seek knowledge about therapeutic techniques for American Native adolescents. It is appropriate for (an introductory level, an intermediate level, an advanced level, introductory to intermediate levels, intermediate to advanced levels, all levels) of participants’ knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. describe the steps and rationale for the Dream Catcher Meditation.

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