Jessica Goodkind

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Michigan State University, 2002

Email: jgoodkin@unm.edu

Office: SSCI 1082
Office Phone: 277-2002

Research Areas

Social determinants of health/mental health; Community-based participatory research; Community-based mental health interventions; Native American, refugee, and immigrant populations; Mixed methods research; Cultural competency/humility

Select Publications

, Hess, J.M., Gorman, B., & Parker, D.P. (2012). “We’re still in a struggle”: Diné resilience, survival, historical trauma, and healing. Qualitative Health Research, 22(8), 1019-1036. DOI: 10.1177/1049732312450324

Willging, C.E., , Lamphere, L., Saul, G., Fluder, S., & Seanez, P. (2012). The impact of state behavioral health reform on Native American individuals, families, and communities. Qualitative Health Research, 22(7), 880-896. DOI: 10.1177/1049732312440329

, LaNoue, M., Lee, C., Freeland, L., & Freund, R. (2012). Feasibility, acceptability, and initial findings from a community-based cultural mental health intervention for American Indian youth and their families. Journal of Community Psychology, 40(4), 381-405. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.20517

, Githinji, A., & Isakson, B. (2011). Reducing health disparities experienced by refugees resettled in urban areas: A community-based transdisciplinary intervention model (pp. 41-55). In M. Kirst, N. Schaefer-McDaniel, S. Hwang, & P. O’Campo (Eds.). Converging disciplines: A transdisciplinary research approach to urban health problems. New York, NY: Springer.

, Ross-Toledo, K., John, S., Hall, J.L., Ross, L., Freeland, L., Coletta, E., Becenti-Fundark, T., Poola, C., Begay-Roanhorse, R., & Lee, C. (2010). Promoting healing and restoring trust: Policy recommendations for improving behavioral health care for American Indian/Alaska Native adolescents. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46(3), 386-394. DOI 10.1007/s10464-010-9347-4

Jessica Goodkind's Vitae