Dennis C Wendt
Dennis C Wendt
Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, McGill University
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The impact of historical trauma on health outcomes for indigenous populations in the USA and Canada: A systematic review.
JP Gone, WE Hartmann, A Pomerville, DC Wendt, SH Klem, RL Burrage
American Psychologist 74 (1), 20, 2019
Critical cultural awareness: Contributions to a globalizing psychology.
JC Christopher, DC Wendt, J Marecek, DM Goodman
American Psychologist 69 (7), 645, 2014
American Indian historical trauma: Anticolonial prescriptions for healing, resilience, and survivance.
WE Hartmann, DC Wendt, RL Burrage, A Pomerville, JP Gone
American Psychologist 74 (1), 6, 2019
Rethinking cultural competence: Insights from indigenous community treatment settings
DC Wendt, JP Gone
Transcultural Psychiatry 49, 206-222, 2012
Changes in youth mental health, psychological wellbeing, and substance use during the COVID-19 pandemic: A rapid review
C Zolopa, JA Burack, RM O’Connor, C Corran, J Lai, E Bomfim, ...
Adolescent research review, 1-17, 2022
In search of cultural diversity, revisited: Recent publication trends in cross-cultural and ethnic minority psychology
WE Hartmann, ES Kim, JHJ Kim, TU Nguyen, DC Wendt, DK Nagata, ...
Review of General Psychology 17 (3), 243-254, 2013
Potentially harmful therapy and multicultural counseling: Bridging two disciplinary discourses
DC Wendt, JP Gone, DK Nagata
The Counseling Psychologist 43 (3), 334-358, 2015
Future directions for medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder with American Indian/Alaska Natives
KL Venner, DM Donovan, ANC Campbell, DC Wendt, T Rieckmann, ...
Addictive Behaviors, 2018
Urban-indigenous therapeutic landscapes: A case study of an urban American Indian health organization
DC Wendt, JP Gone
Health & Place 18 (5), 1025-1033, 2012
Decolonizing psychological inquiry in American Indian communities: The promise of qualitative methods
DC Wendt, JP Gone
Qualitative strategies for ethnocultural research, 161-178, 2012
Is evidence-based practice diverse enough? Philosophy of science considerations
DC Wendt Jr, BD Slife
American Psychologist 62 (6), 613, 2007
Group therapy for substance use disorders: A survey of clinician practices
DC Wendt, JP Gone
Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery 12 (4), 243-259, 2017
Commentary on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on opioid use disorder treatment among Indigenous communities in the United States and Canada
DC Wendt, S Marsan, D Parker, KE Lizzy, J Roper, C Mushquash, ...
Journal of substance abuse treatment 121, 108165, 2021
Perspective on shyness as adaptive from Indigenous Peoples of North America
E Gurr, RR Namdari, J Lai, D Parker, DC Wendt, JA Burack
Adaptive Shyness, 239-249, 2020
Integrating professional and Indigenous therapies: An urban American Indian narrative clinical case study
DC Wendt, JP Gone
The Counseling Psychologist, 2016
Trauma-informed approaches to substance use interventions with indigenous peoples: A scoping review
T Pride, A Lam, J Swansburg, M Seno, MB Lowe, E Bomfim, E Toombs, ...
Journal of psychoactive drugs 53 (5), 460-473, 2021
Substance use research with Indigenous communities: Exploring and extending foundational principles of community psychology
DC Wendt, WE Hartmann, J Allen, JA Burack, B Charles, EJ D'Amico, ...
American Journal of Community Psychology, 2019
Including God in psychotherapy: Strong vs. weak theism
BD Slife, TD Stevenson, DC Wendt
Journal of Psychology and Theology 38, 163-174, 2010
Advancing community-based research with urban American Indian populations: Multidisciplinary perspectives
WE Hartmann, DC Wendt, MA Saftner, J Marcus, SL Momper
American Journal of Community Psychology 54 (1-2), 72-80, 2014
Complexities with group therapy facilitation in substance use disorder specialty treatment settings
DC Wendt, JP Gone
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 88, 9-17, 2018
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