Morning Star Rising: Healing in Native American Communities
Volume 35, Number 1 March 2003
Editors’ Introduction: Morning Star Rising: Healing in Native American Communities —Ethan Nebelkopf, Ph.D. & Mary Phillips The Historical Trauma Response Among Natives and Its Relationship with Substance Abuse: A Lakota Illustration — Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart, Ph.D. Healthy Nations: Reducing Substance Abuse in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities — Tim Noe, M.Div.; Candace Fleming, Ph.D. & Spero Manson, Ph.D. Community Readiness: The Journey to Community Healing — Pamela Jumper Thurman, Ph.D.; Barbara A. Plested, Ph.D.; Ruth W. Edwards, Ph.D.; Robert Foley, B.A. & Martha Burnside, B.A. Sweat Lodge Ceremonies for Jail-Based Treatment — J. Phillip Gossage, Ph.D.; Louie Barton; Lenny Foster, B.S.; Larry Estsitty; Clayton LoneTree; Carol Leonard, M.P.H. & Phillip A. May, Ph.D. A Holistic System of Care for Native Americans in an Urban Environment — Ethan Nebelkopf, Ph.D. & Janet King Cultural Connection and Transformation: Substance Abuse Treatment at Friendship House — Yvonne Edwards, Ph.D. The Women’s Circle Comes Full Circle — Karen Saylors, Ph.D. Substance Dependency Among Homeless American Indians — Susan Lobo, Ph.D & Margaret Mortensen Vaughan, M.A. Substance Abuse Treatment Outcomes Among American Indians in the Telephone Aftercare Project — Jenny Chong, Ph.D. & Mindy Herman-Stahl, Ph.D. Gender Differences and Conduct Disorder Among American Indian Adolescents in Substance Abuse Treatment — Alexandra Fisckenscher, M.P.H. & Doug Novins, M.D. Incorporating Yup’ik and Cup’ik Eskimo Traditions Into Behavioral Health Treatment —Phoebe Mills, M.S.W. Mobilizing Communities to Reduce Substance Abuse in Indian Country — Bernard Ellis, Jr., M.A., M.P.H. INTERNATIONAL ADDICTIONS INFOLINE — Richard B. Seymour, M.A; David E. Smith, M.D. & Terry Chambers, B.A.
COVER ART — Morning Star Rising by Mary Phillips, Laguna, Pueblo/Omaha