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Melissa Tehee

​​Dr. Melissa Tehee is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She is currently an assistant professor at Utah State University in the department of Psychology and Director of the American Indian Support Project. Dr. Tehee earned dual degrees in Clinical Psychology, Policy, and Law (Ph.D./J.D.) with a certificate in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy. Her clinical and research interests are with families and communities to address trauma in diverse cultural populations, especially American Indian communities, using empirically supported and culturally competent methods. Her interdisciplinary training allows her to consider the convergence of these topics with law and policy and apply research to effect change at a systemic level.

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