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Penina uliuli [electronic resource] : contemporary challenges in mental health for Pacific peoples / Philip Culbertson and Margaret Nelson Agee, editors ; with Cabrini'Ofa Makasiale.

Contributor(s): Culbertson, Philip | Agee, Margaret Nelson | Makasiale, Cabrini'Ofa.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xv, 284 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781435666764 (electronic bk.); 1435666763 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Pacific Islanders -- Mental health | Pacific Islanders -- Mental health services | Mental Health | Oceanic Ancestry Group | Mental Disorders -- ethnology | Mental Health Services | Spirituality | MEDICAL -- Psychiatry -- General | PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychopathology -- General | PSYCHOLOGY -- Clinical Psychology | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Illness | MEDICAL -- Mental Health | Geestelijke gezondheid | Oceani�ersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Penina uliuli.DDC classification: 616.890099 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Supporting the wellbeing of Pasifika youth / Siautu Alefaio -- Affirming works : a collective model of Pasifika mentoring / Emeline Afeaki-Mafile'o -- Canoe noses and coconut feet : reading the Samoan male body / Tavita T. Maliko -- Jonah, Arnold, and me : reading the Tongan male body / Maika Lutui -- Being afakasi / Tina Berking ... [et al.] -- Spiritual injury : a Samoan perspective on spirituality's impact on mental health / David Lui -- Making culture "God" is driving our people crazy! : an interview with Cabrini Ofa Makasiale / Philip Culbertson -- The schizophrenic church / a survivor -- New Zealand-born Samoan young people, suicidal behaviors, and the positive impact of spirituality / Tooa Jemaima Tiatia -- The use of symbol and metaphor in Pacific counseling / Cabrini Ofa Makasiale -- An ocean with many shores : indigenous consciousness and the thinking -- Heart / Karen Lupe -- Hawaiki-lelei: journeys to wellness / Seilosa Skipps-Patterson -- Using mea-alofa in a holistic model for Pacific clients: a case study / Fia T. Turner-Tupou -- "Keep your doughnuts to yourself" : using poetry in Pasifika professional practice / Peta Pila Palalagi -- Colonialism, acculturation, and depression among K�anaka Maoli of Hawaii / Joseph Keaweaimoku Kaholokula -- Crisis in paradise : family violence in Samoan communities / Karanina Siaosi Sumeo -- Doing good work and finding a sense of purpose : the nature and treatment of substance abuse and violence among native Hawaiians / A. Aukahi Austin -- Pregnancy, adoption, FASD, and mental illness / Suiamai Simi -- Misplaced dreams: Tongan gambling in New Zealand / Yvette Guttenbeil-Pouhila and Sione Tuitahi.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-275) and index.

Supporting the wellbeing of Pasifika youth / Siautu Alefaio -- Affirming works : a collective model of Pasifika mentoring / Emeline Afeaki-Mafile'o -- Canoe noses and coconut feet : reading the Samoan male body / Tavita T. Maliko -- Jonah, Arnold, and me : reading the Tongan male body / Maika Lutui -- Being afakasi / Tina Berking ... [et al.] -- Spiritual injury : a Samoan perspective on spirituality's impact on mental health / David Lui -- Making culture "God" is driving our people crazy! : an interview with Cabrini Ofa Makasiale / Philip Culbertson -- The schizophrenic church / a survivor -- New Zealand-born Samoan young people, suicidal behaviors, and the positive impact of spirituality / Tooa Jemaima Tiatia -- The use of symbol and metaphor in Pacific counseling / Cabrini Ofa Makasiale -- An ocean with many shores : indigenous consciousness and the thinking -- Heart / Karen Lupe -- Hawaiki-lelei: journeys to wellness / Seilosa Skipps-Patterson -- Using mea-alofa in a holistic model for Pacific clients: a case study / Fia T. Turner-Tupou -- "Keep your doughnuts to yourself" : using poetry in Pasifika professional practice / Peta Pila Palalagi -- Colonialism, acculturation, and depression among K�anaka Maoli of Hawaii / Joseph Keaweaimoku Kaholokula -- Crisis in paradise : family violence in Samoan communities / Karanina Siaosi Sumeo -- Doing good work and finding a sense of purpose : the nature and treatment of substance abuse and violence among native Hawaiians / A. Aukahi Austin -- Pregnancy, adoption, FASD, and mental illness / Suiamai Simi -- Misplaced dreams: Tongan gambling in New Zealand / Yvette Guttenbeil-Pouhila and Sione Tuitahi.

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