*****VIRTUAL TALKING CIRCLE TODAY***** Have you worked with or do you work with Native girls and women? Are you willing to be a part of a conversation about the needs of Native girls & women? Consider participating in a call to action for Native Girls & Women! Join the virtual talking circle TODAY-Friday (Feb 24th at 1:00pm PST/2:00pm MT/3:00pm CST/4:00pm EST).
Your contributions will be a part of a book chapter and our section’s agenda for a task force addressing the needs of Native girls & women. APA Div 35, Sec 6 (AN/AI/Indigenous women) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Please complete the attached Informed Consent (sign/scan & email it to email@example.com prior to the call).
APA Div 35, Sec 6 (AN/AI/Indigenous women) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. TODAY Feb 24th (1pm PST/2pm MT/3pm CST/4pm EST). Please complete the attached Informed Consent (sign/scan & email it to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the call). Topic: Division 35, Sect 6 Virtual Talking Circle
The following questions will be discussed: 1. What have you seen to be especially unique about Native girls and women? 2. How do you support vulnerable Native American girls and women in your work and/or community? 3. What are the systemic challenges and barriers that Native girls and women face in attempting to work on their well-being and what resiliency factors have you witnessed? How do these experiences differ for Native girls/women living in urban communities versus reservation communities? 4. What are the attitudes/thoughts about education in the Native girl/women population you’ve worked with? 5. What approaches have you used in your work with Native girls and women that you’ve found to be most effective? How has their spirituality or culture been evident or impacted this work?
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me email@example.com ! If you can’t make this call an individual/alternative session can be scheduled with facilitators please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org) or provide your written responses to the questions above in addition to your signed informed consent!
Respectfully, Julii Green,PhD (African American/Eastern Band Cherokee) Div 35, Sec 6 President ... See MoreSee Less
My name is Jennifer Esfandi, and I am a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and my experiences growing up within an immigrant community sparked my interest in wellness among immigrants, their families, and ethnic minority individuals. I am currently conducting an online study to explore wellness among immigrants and adult children of immigrants to the United States. Anyone age 18-34 who identifies as an immigrant OR who has parents who are immigrants to the United States from a non-European country can participate.
I'm getting closer to reaching my recruitment goal, but I need your help! Currently, the study is particularly lacking crucial perspectives from:
1. Immigrants to the United States from non-European countries between the ages of 18-34 2. Individuals ages 18-34 whose parents immigrated to the United States from non-European countries
Would you consider participating and/or passing this along to family and friends? I would sincerely appreciate it!
The survey will take about 30 minutes or less and participation is anonymous and completely voluntary.
Participants will have an opportunity to enter in a raffle to win $20 gift cards. The contact information that you provide for the raffle will be kept separate from your survey responses; your answers will remain anonymous.
If you would like to participate, please follow the link below: