Friday, August 15, 2014 - 11:55am
Joseph Trimble, a professor of psychology at Western Washington University, has had several book chapters published recently:
- Trimble, Joseph E., King, Jeff, Morse, Gayle Skawen:nio, & Thomas, Lisa Rey. (2014). North American Indian and Alaska Native spirituality and psychotherapy. In S.P. Richards & A.E. Bergin (Eds.) Handbook of Psychotherapy and Religious Diversity, 2nd Edition, American Psychological Association: Washington, DC.
- Trimble, Joseph E. & King, Jeff. (2014). Supervision considerations for counselors working with American Indian and Alaska Native clients: Understanding the context of deep culture. In C.A. Falender, E.P. Shafranske, & C. Falicov (Eds.), Diversity and multiculturalism in clinical supervision: Foundation and praxis—A guide to supervision practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
- Trimble, Joseph E, King, Jeff, Norman, Dennis, Bigfoot, Dee, & LaFromboise, Teresa. (2014). North American Indian mental health. In, R. Parekh & D. Dominguez, (Eds.), The Massachusetts General Hospital textbook on cultural sensitivity and diversity in mental health. Current Clinical Psychiatry series with Springer Science + Business Media.
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