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Course Article Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Section 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Section 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions:

1. What are the factors in the "circles of vulnerability" model?
2. What are nine suicide risk factors that have been shown to be the most significant for AI/AN populations?
3. What are the strategies for suicide prevention in Indian Country?
4. What are the ways in which historical trauma can be expressed?
5. What is the symbolism of the circle?
6. What is the explicit focus of CBITS (Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools)?
7. What are the characteristics that combine to create a powerful and resilient practice of culture and serve as strong protective factors against adversity?
8. What is a strong protective factor against many behavioral health issues?
9. What are the barriers that cause patients not to seek help?




Answers:

A. Create supportive environments that promote healthy and empowered individuals, families, and communities; Enhance clinical and community prevenive services; Promote availability of timely treatment and support services; and Improve suicide prevention data collection, research, and evaluation.
B. Tribal language and stories, creating and sharing stories, and shared
beliefs about the importance of balance.
C. Alcohol and drug abuse, historical trauma, alienation, acculturation, discrimination, community violence, mental health services and use, contagion, and relationship of risk factors.
D. Fear and distrust, financial need, having to educate clinicians about
Native context, lack of resources or lack of knowledge of available resources,
and a shortage of healers.
E. Historical unresolved grief, disenfranchised grief, and internalized
oppression.
F. Feasibility within ethically diverse school settings with limited
resources.
G. Geographical proximity, psychosocial proximity, and population at risk.
H. An individual's sense of his or her own belonging and connection
to the communities he or she lives in.
I. Old wisdom transmitted in oral stories, carved into rock formations,
sculpted in wood or clay, woven into reed baskets, or painted in colored sand.

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