Joseph P. Gone, Ph.D.

1993-2001 Psychology University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
Clinical-Community Psychology
"Joseph Gone"


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Peggy J. Miller grad student 1993-2001 UIUC
Julian Rappaport grad student 1993-2001 UIUC


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Carmela Alcantara grad student 2004-2010 Columbia
Dennis C. Wendt grad student 2009-2015 McGill
William E. Hartmann grad student 2010-2016 University of Washington, Bothell
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Wilbur RE, Gone JP. (2023) Beyond resilience: A scoping review of Indigenous in the health literature. Development and Psychopathology. 1-15
Pham TV, Wilbur RE, Gone JP. (2023) Ideals of counseling practice: Therapeutic insights from an Indigenous first nations-controlled treatment program. Journal of Counseling Psychology
Pomerville A, Fetter AK, DeMeyer JM, et al. (2023) Behavioral health services for urban American Indians and Alaska Natives: A thematic analysis of interviews with 10 program directors. Psychological Services
Gone JP. (2022) Community Mental Health Services for American Indians and Alaska Natives: Reconciling Evidence-Based Practice and Alter-Native Psy-ence. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology
Wendt DC, Huson K, Albatnuni M, et al. (2022) What are the best practices for psychotherapy with indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada? A thorny question. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Hartmann WE, Saint Arnault DM, Gone JP. (2022) Conceptualizing culture in (global) mental health: Lessons from an urban American Indian behavioral health clinic. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 301: 114899
Gone JP. (2022) The (post)colonial predicament in community mental health services for American Indians: Explorations in alter-Native psy-ence. The American Psychologist. 76: 1514-1525
Gone JP. (2022) Re-imagining mental health services for American Indian communities: Centering Indigenous perspectives. American Journal of Community Psychology
Pham TV, Pomerville A, Burrage RL, et al. (2022) An interview-based evaluation of an Indigenous traditional spirituality program at an urban American Indian health clinic. Transcultural Psychiatry. 13634615221076706
Pomerville A, Kawennison Fetter A, Gone JP. (2022) American Indian Behavioral Health Treatment Preferences as Perceived by Urban Indian Health Program Providers. Qualitative Health Research. 32: 465-478
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