Monday, June 29
8:00 am Continental Breakfast
8:30 am Opening Prayer
Welcome to Utah State University
Introductions:
Carolyn Barcus, Ed D, Convention Coordinator, USU
9:15 am Invited Address
Healing Psychology: Is That a Journey You've Been On All These Years?

Richard Katz, PhD Professor Emeritus at First Nations University of Canada, Saskatoon (Campus), Saskatchewan.
10:30 am Break
10:45 am Soul Loss as Part of American Indian Counseling
Jeff King, PhD WWU
11:45am 'Policy Advancements: Linking Evaluation, Research, and Practice in Tribal Systems of Care'
Jami Bartgis, PhD One Fire Associates, LLC, Sand Springs, OK
12:30 pm Lunch will be provided compliments of the USU Psychology Department
1:30 pm 'SIP: Oh, the places we have been. But what is next?'
Art Blume, PhD, WSU
3:00 pm POSTER Session
3:30 pm Society of Indian Psychologists (SIP) Business Meeting
President Carolyn Thomas Morris
5:00 pm Closing Prayer
Tuesday, June 30
8:00 am Continental Breakfast
8:30 am Opening Prayer
8:35 am The SIP Ethics Commentary: What Next?
Steve Behnke, PhD, Linda Forrest, PhD, Janet Thomas, PhD APA Ethics Committee, Art Blume, PhD, WSU, Karlee Fellner, U of Calgary
9:45 am Break
10:00 am Concurrent Workshops
Aboriginal Focusing Oriented Therapy: Healing Generations with All Our Relations

Karlee Fellner, AFOT Instructor, Assistant Professor, University of Calgary
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Developing Suicide Prevention Programs for Indigenous Communities: Lessons Learned in New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Joseph Stone, PhD NZ
12:00 pm Lunch on your Own and Speed Mentoring
1:30 pm Culture Specific Case Formulation and Clinical Supervision – Why?
Carolyn Thomas Morris, PhD
2:30 pm Historical Resilience and Decolonization in Substance Use Prevention
Kee Straits, PhD Albuquerque, NM, Paula Feathers, MA Albuquerque, NM
Nadine Tafoya, LISW Santa Clara Pueblo, NM
3:30 pm Wrap-up and Closing Prayer