A Seat at the Table: Stories About Culture, Resilience and Healing in Indian Country

Please join this conversation with two remarkable leaders in their fields exploring the ways strong connections to families, communities and culture can foster resilience, understanding and healing.

Indiginous scholars  for A Seat at the Table

December 5, 2022 - December 5, 2022

6 pm to 8 pm

Alumni & Visitors Center, Building 97

Cost - Free-All are welcome!

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The Department of Psychology proudly presents A Seat at the Table: Stories About Culture, Resilience and Healing in Indian Country.  Please join this conversation with two remarkable leaders in their fields exploring the ways strong connections to families, communities and culture can foster resilience, understanding and healing.  

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Dolores Subia BigFoot, clinical psychologist, has directed the Indian Country Child Trauma Center at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center since its founding in 1994
  • Pauline Lucero, MSW, serves Indigenous and immigrant families in New Mexico, and is a nationally recognized expert and trainer in child abuse forensic interviewing

Moderator: Kathryn England-Aytes, EdD, Department of Psychology.

Sponsored by: College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, Department of Psychology, PSI CHI, Psych Society, Master of Social Work program, Office of Inclusive Excellence and Sustainability, Social, Behavioral & Global Studies, OC3, Collaborative Health & Human Services, Office of the CIO, and made possible through Special Events Funding.