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Child & Family Institute
Art Martinez, PhD
Executive Director/Director of Clinical Services
(916) 736-0828 x133
Presenters Biographies - 14th National Indian Nations Conference
Art Martinez (Chumash) is a member of the Chumash, originally from Santa Ynez; he received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the U.S. International College, Los Angeles.
Dr. Martinez also holds his masterâ€™s degree, bachelorâ€™s degree, and a special emphasis credential in Native studies from the California State Universities, Humboldt and Sonoma.
Dr. Martinez has brought more than twenty-five years of experience in focused delivery of clinical and forensic services to children and families surviving the effects of child abuse and other forms of family trauma.
As a national consultant to the Department of Health and Human Services, he served in a technical expert capacity and consultation in the regulation, development, evaluation, and education to tribal services needs.
Dr. Martinez served as a Clinton administration appointee on the National Advisory Council for SAMHSA and the National Advisory Council for the Centers for Mental Health Services.
He has assisted tribal governments in implementation and management of Indian Health Servicesâ€"funded activities in a culturally and programmatically specific way tailored to the needs of the community and tribe.
Dr. Martinez has served in this consultant capacity as a trusted technical expert to administration for Native Americans, the Nation Indian Child Welfare association, the Department of Health and Human Services, and tribal governments.
Tribal Child Welfare Worker Certification Council (TCWWCC) - National Indian Child Welfare Association
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Transforming Family Trauma, Domestic Violence and Inter-Generational Trauma Experiences (PowerPoint)
, in any of its forms, is an effective healing tool to use with all ages in the tribal communityâ€"from young children through eldersâ€"and can be adapted to use with people with a wide range of disabilities.
We will discuss how the Healing in Art
program at the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation has developed and the differences between our program and art therapy.