College of Arts & Sciences Clinical Psychology

Elizabeth Boyd

Beth Boyd
Professor
Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
USD South Dakota Union 108
Phone: 605-677-5353
Bio:
My academic activities have focused on training culturally competent clinical psychologists and developing culturally responsive mental health services for Native American communities
Teaching Interests:
My teaching interests include: PSYC 460: Psychological Perspectives on Diversity; PSYC 658: Serving the Diverse Community in Disaster; PSYC 781: Child & Family Psychotherapy; PSYC 749: Vertal Clinical Team; PSYC 765: Peer Supervision.
Research Interests:
As a faculty member in the USD Disaster Mental Health Institute since 1993, I have responded to numerous national and international disasters and crisis situations, particularly in Native American communities. My work with tribes has focused on crisis response team development, youth suicide prevention, community healing and empowerment, and human resource development. I am skilled in both qualitative and quantitative culturally competent methodology and have served as a research consultant to a number of tribes or tribal groups. As I am a strong proponent of community-based participatory research, my research activities tend to be tribal community-initiated projects--this often includes community needs assessments and evaluation of tribal programs.
Education:
  • Ph D, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston, 1992
  • MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston, 1988
  • BA, Psychology, University of Houston, 1984
Grants:
  • College of Arts & Sciences Travel Grant, (2010 - 2011)
  • , USD Travel Grant, (2008)
  • , USD Travel Grant, (2003)
  • Developing Institutional Appreciation of Diversity, USD Bush Foundation Development Grant, (1995)
  • Developing Institutional Appreciation of Diversity: Phase II, USD Bush Foundation Development Grant, (1995)
  • , USD Travel Grant, (1995)
  • The realation between academic achievement and ethnic and racial identity development for Native American middle and high school students, USD Office of Research Mini-Grant, (1994)
  • , USD Travel Grant, (1994)
  • 7th Annual Multicultural Mental Health Conference on Children & Families: When Cultures Connect- When Cultures Collide, USD Faculty Development Grant, (1993)
Publications:
  • Boyd, B., Counseling ethnocultural communities in the wake of natural and human-made disasters, Sage Publications, Inc., iss. 7th Edition.
  • Boyd, B., (2012), Sharing Our Gifts, Utah State University.
  • Trimble, J. E., Casillas, D., Boyd, B., King, J., Listening to the voices of the People: The psychosocial influences and consequences of research in ethnocultural communities.
  • Boyd, B., (2009), American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian People., American Psychological Association.
  • Boyd, B., (2009), APA Presidential Task Force on PTSD and Trauma in Children and Adolescents., American Psychological Association.
  • Gordon, D. M., Iwamoto, D., Ward, N., Potts, R., Boyd, B., (2009), Mentoring Urban Black Middle-School Male Students: Implications for Academic Achievement., Journal of Negro Education, vol. 78(3), pp. 277-289.
  • Suyemoto, K., Boyd, B., Hall, C., Sanchez-Johnsen, L., (2009), Multiracial people in the context of specific racial minority groups., American Psychological Association.
  • Boyd, B., Quevillon, R., Engdahl, R., (2009), Working with Rural and Diverse Communities After Disasters., Sage Publications.
  • Boyd, B., Thin Elk, G., (2008), Indigenous perspectives on healing., Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs Public Interest Directorate..
  • Reynolds, R., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Mackey, D., (2006), Initial development of a cultural values and beliefs scale among Lakota/Dakota/Nakota people: A pilot study., American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, vol. 13(3), pp. 70-97.
  • Reyes, G., Miller, T. T., Schreiber, M. D., Boyd, B., (2005), Children's Services in Disasters and Other Emergencies, Springer.
  • Boyd, B., Thin Elk, G., (2004), Canku Teca Community Needs Assessment Final Report, Yankton Sioux Tribe.
  • Dudley-Grant, R. G., Comas-Diaz, L., Boyd, B., Hueston, J. D., (2003), Fostering resilience in response to terrorism: For psychologists working with people of color., American Psychological Association.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Boero, J. V., Quevillon, R. P., Boyd, B., Elliott, T. L., Reyes, G., (2002), Floods, APA Books.
  • Yutrzenka, B., Caraway, S. J., Boyd, B., (1999), Critical Events in the Evolution of a Culturally Inclusive, Community-Based Clinical Psychology Training Program., The Community Psychologist, vol. 32, pp. 27-28.
  • Boyd, B., (1999), Cultural Issues in Psychopharmacology: Integrating Medication Treatment with Lakota Sioux Traditions., Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, vol. 6, pp. 139-150.
  • Yutrzenka, B., Boyd, B., Caraway, S. J., (1999), Four Winds: The Evolution of Culturally Inclusive Clinical Psychology Training for Native Americans., International Review of Psychology, vol. 11, pp. 131-137.
  • Ginorio, A. B., Boyd, B., Yee, B. K., Banks, M. E., (1998), Surviving and Thriving in Academia: A Guide for Women and Ethnic Minorities., APA Press.
  • Boyd, B., (1998), Ft. Yates Community Needs Assessment Final Report, Ft. Yates Community Needs Assessment Final Report.
  • Boyd, B., Thin Elk, G., (1997), Spirit Lake Nation Trauma Team Final Report, Spirit Lake Nation Trauma Team Final Report.
  • Bernal, M., Caldwell-Colbert, T., De La Cancela, V., Boyd, B., (1996), Valuing Diversity in Faculty: A Guide., APA Press.
  • Boyd, B., Thin Elk, G., (1996), Rosebud Casino Project Final Report, Rosebud Casino Project Final Report.
  • Boyd, B., (1996), Native American Advocacy Project Final Report, Native American Advocacy Project Final Report.
  • Gordon, D., Hart, P., Boyd, B., (1996), The impact of ethnicity on professional development, South Dakota Psychologist, vol. 5, iss. 4.
  • Boyd, B., (1995), CasinOmaha Interview Project Final Report.
  • Straub, H., Boyd, B., (1995), Does "Providing Opportunities" Provide Opportunitites?, Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly, vol. 16(1), pp. 5-7.
Awards and Honors:
  • Invited Speaker, Columbia University Teacher's College Cross-Cultural Winter Roundtable, 2013
  • Invited Member, South Dakota Governor's Work Group on Criminal Justice, Native American Subommittee, 2012
  • Invited Keynote Speaker, University of South Dakota Suicide Awareness Week, 2008
  • Invited Member, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Cadre of Consultants for Disaster Technical Assistance, 2005
  • Invited Participant, American Council on Education, Office of Minorities in Higher Education, 2003
  • Invited Testimony, The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, 2002
  • Invited Participant, Northern Arizona University, 2002
  • Distinguished Career Contributions to Service Award, American Psychological Association, Division 45, (Society of the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issuses, 1999
  • Theodore H. Blau Early Career Award for Outstanding Contributions to Professional Clincial Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 12 (Clinical Psychology), 1998
  • Invited Keynote Speaker, Morningside College Indian Awareness Days, 1997
  • Invited Speaker, University of South Dakota Matin Luther King Committee, 1997
  • Invited Keynote Speaker, Waldorf College, 1996
  • Invited Participant, National Institutes of Health , 1996
  • Invited Keynote Speaker, University of South Dakota Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society, 1993
  • Member, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, 1991
  • Cum Laude, with honors in Psychology, University of Houston, 1984
  • Member, Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society, 1983
Presentations:
  • Boyd, B. (2014, August). State of evidence-based interventions with Native Americans people and communities. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Boyd, B., Thomas, L. R. (2014, June). Conducting research in tribal communities. Presented at the 3rd Biennial Division 45 Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
  • Boyd, B. (2014, June). Council of Past Presidents. Presented at the 3rd Biennial Division 45 Conference, Eugene, Oregon.
  • Boyd, B., Johnson, J. L. (2013, October). Treatment and Intervention with American Indians and Alaska Natives . Presented at the Michigan State University Symposium on Multicultural Psychology, East Lansing, Michigan.
  • Boyd, B., Suyemoto, K. L., Ortega-Corbin, S., Tauriac, J. (2013, February). Resisting “divide and conquer”: Empowering future leaders as intra-minority allies. Presented at the 30th Annual Cross-Cultural Winter Roundtable, NY, NY.
  • Boyd, B. (2013, February). Keeping the Wisdom and Sharing Our Gifts. Presented at the 30th Annual Cross-Cultural Winter Roundtable, NY, NY.
  • Boyd, B. (2012, July). Negotiating the Unspoken Rules in Your Institution. Presented at the PSI 2012 – Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Boyd, B. (2011, November). Presented at the Cicero Panel “The Value of Diversity in Liberal Education.” , University of South Dakota.
  • Boyd, B. (2011, August). Culturally Based Prevention and Systems of Care Considerations for American Indian Youth and Families. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Boyd, B. (2011, August). Native American Experiences of Exclusion and Inclusion in Mixed Minority Groups. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Boyd, B. (2010, August). Teaching About American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian People. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.
  • Boyd, B. (2010, August). Town Hall Meeting: The State of Ethnic Minority Psychology. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.
  • Jacobs, G., Boyd, B. (2010, July). NBSB Disaster Mental Health Subcommittee Recommendations Regarding Vulnerable & At-Risk Populations. Presented at the International Congress on Applied Psychology , Melbourne, Australia.
  • Boyd, B. (2010, June). Research in Native American Communities: Consequences and Collaboration. Presented at the Perspectives of Cultural Integrity in Research and Healthcare Delievery Conference , Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2010, June). How to Have a Socially Responsible Career. Presented at the Pre-Conference Institute of the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues Inaugural Conference, Ann Arbor, Mi.
  • Boyd, B. (2010, June). The Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues Council of Past Presidents. Presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues Inaugural Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Boyd, B. (2009, November). Disaster mental health response in diverse communities. Presented at the Annual Biomedcal Research Conference for Minority Students, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Boyd, B. (2009, August). New Directions in Ethnic Minority Research. Presented at the Symposium/American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, September). Facing the facts about suicide in Native American communities. Presented at the Annual Red Road Gathering, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, September). Facing the facts: Understanding suicide. Presented at the USD National Suicide Prevention Week, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, August). Working with trauma patients & family members in disaster situations. Presented at the Aberdeen & Bemidji Area Indian Health Service MIP Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, August). Ethnic & Racial Minority Specific Model Strategies for Recruitment, Retention, and Graduation of Students of Color. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, August). Presidential Program-Treating PTSD in Youth: Lessons from Different Areas of Trauma. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, August). Understanding hate & violence in the 21st century. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, August). Using our traditional cultural teachings to inform our reserach, education, and training. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, August). Presented at the USD New Faculty Orienation/Panel on Civil Engagement.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Skillman, G. (2008, July). Incorporating the IASC Guidelines in Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Training. Presented at the International Congress on Psych., Berlin, Germany.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Skillman, G. (2008, July). Incorporating the IASC Guidelines in Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Training. Presented at the International Congresson Psychology , Berlin, Germany .
  • Boyd, B. (2008, March). Fitting into the puzzle: Native American learning styles. Presented at the Annual Building Bridges Conference, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2008, January). Recognizing child abuse and working with abused children. Presented at the Youth Service Workers at Ho-chunk neenk Chunk Ho Chee, Inc./Winnebago Youth Facility.
  • Boyd, B. (2007, August). Implications for disaster assistance. Presented at the Development & Delivery of Culturally Responsive Disaster Mental Health Services/American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Casillas, D. M., Boyd, B. (2007, March). Tribal Community Empowerment Training. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference, Vermillion SD.
  • Mahoney, J., Boyd, B. (2007, March). Student perceptions of campus diversity climate. Presented at the IdeaFest, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Thin Elk, G. (2006, December). The high cost of caring: Trauma and compassion stress. Presented at the Shannon County (Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota Reservation) Schools Educational Conference, Rapid City, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, November). I'm not prejudiced but.... Presented at the Northwest Iowa Community College Diversity Days.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, September). Good intentions are not enough: Lessons learned in the development & delivery of culturally responsive disaster mental health services. Presented at the Disaster Psychology 2006: Culturally Responsive Disaster Mental Health Conference, Rapid City, SD.
  • Monteith, R., Boyd, B. (2006, September). An emerging culturally appropriate way of conducting reserach with the Indigenous peoples. Presented at the Innovations in Disaster Psychology 2006: Culturally Responsive Disaster Mental Health Conference, Rapid City, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, August). Public policy implications of disaster response in communites of color. Presented at the Intersecting Dimensions of Multicultural Issues in Disaster Response: Aging, Disability, Ethnicity and SES- Public Policy Implications/American Psychological Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, July). Building communit resilience to trauma. Presented at the Santee Sioux Tribe Red Road Conference, Santee, NE.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, May). Issues from the Hurricane Katrina disaster mental health response. Presented at the Impact of Hurricanes Katrina & Rita on Rural Minority & Multicultural Communities/Rural Minority & Multicultural Health Conference, Reno, NV.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, April). Split Feather Syndrome: Native American children adopted into White families. Presented at the Woodbury County Foster Parents Banquet, Sioux City, IA.
  • Casillas, D. M., Boyd, B. (2006, March). Connecting to the power within: Empowering communities through research. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2006, January). Recognizing child abuse and working with abused children. Presented at the Youth Service Workers at Ho-chunk neenk Chunk Ho Chee, Inc./Winnebago Youth Facility.
  • Boyd, B. (2005). Dealing with the aftermath of disaster. Presented at the School Safety Conference, U.S. Attorney's Office for District of South Dakota, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Monteith, R. M., Boyd, B. (2005, November). Disaster among Indigenous women of the Great Plains. Presented at the 6th International Conference of the Woman in the 21st Century, Havana, Cuba.
  • Monteith, R., Boyd, B., Quevillon, R. (2005, July). Daily Experiences with Disaster and Terror: The Lives of Indigenous Peoples around the World. Presented at the World Conference on Disaster Management, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Boyd, B. (2005, April). Choice. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference, Vermillion, SD.
  • Reynolds, W. R., Mackey, D., Boyd, B. (2005, April). Native American Cultural Values & Beliefs Scale: A pilot study of a mental health instrument. Presented at the Geriatric Grand Rounds, Albuquerque, NM.
  • Boyd, B. (2004). The psychological effects of foster care/adoption on Indian children. Presented at the ICWA Conference, Sioux City, IA.
  • Boyd, B. (2002). Cumulative effects of trauma in Native communities. Presented at the Annual Red Road Gathering, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2002, October). Psychologica consequences of terrorism in ehtnic minority communities. Presented at the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism & Systems for Response/Institute of Medicince of the National Academies.
  • Boyd, B. (2002, April). Mentor: Remembering those who came before us. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference/ Wotakuye: Partnerships and Relationships in the Mentoring Process, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2001). Trauma within the circle of life. Presented at the Annual Red Road Gathering, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (2001, August). Traditional culture and mental health. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., Reyes, G., Elliott, T. L., Boyd, B., McCaslin, S., Hiller, M., Boero, J., Johnson-Jimenez, E., LeBeaux, K. (2000, August). Recent international developments in psychological first aid and psychological support. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C..
  • Boyd, B. (1999). The impact of institutional racism as violence in Native communities. Presented at the Annual Red Road Gathering, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Thin Elk, G. (1999, September). Disaster mental health issues in diverse populations. Presented at the Innovations in Disaster Psychology Annual Conference, Rapid City, SD.
  • Jacobs, B., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Elliott, T. L., Reyes, G. (1999, August). Doctoral program in clinical/disaster psychology. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
  • Clifford, B., Boyd, B., Foote, B., Caraway, J., Decorah, M., Pond, D. (1999, April). Pipelining Native students in higher education: Recruitment, retention & training. Presented at the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, Billings, MT.
  • Boyd, B. (1999, April). Survival skills for Native American college students. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference/ Creating Connections with First Nations Students, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1998). Cumulative trauma in Native American communities. Presented at the Bemidji Area Indian Health Services Conference, Bloomington, MN.
  • McCaslin, S. E., Caraway, J., Boyd, B., Yutrzenka, B. (1998, August). Behavior and emotional problems of clinic-referred Native American youth. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Boyd, B., Caldwell-Colbert, A. T. (1998, August). Prevention in Practice - From theorty to mobilized community efforts. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Hiller, M., Beal, L., Boyd, B. (1998, August). Psychology majors and sample bias in university-based psychological research. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Boyd, B., Caraway, J., Olmstead, K., Fryberg, S., Eagle, D. (1998, April). Developing and implementing culturally appropriate research with Native Americans. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference/ Creating connections with Native American students, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Sage, G., Robbins, R., Thin Elk, G. (1998, April). Developing skills for survival in higher education. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference/ Creating connections with Native American students , Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1998, April). We have a dream.... Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference/ Creating Connections with Native American Students, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1997). Post-traumatic stress disorders in women and children. Presented at the Bemidji Area Indian Health Services Conference, Bloomington, MN.
  • Boyd, B. (1997). The use of psychology majors and sample bias in university-based research. Presented at the IdeaFest, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1997, August). Ethnic-cultural factors in the pharmacological treatment of mental illness. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Il.
  • Somjee, L., Boyd, B. (1997, August). Self-complexity and hyper-competitiveness: It's impact on psychological distress assocaited with multiple roles. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Boyd, B., Reed-Inderbitzin, D. (1997, April). Beyond Bridges: Weaving safety nets to ensure success in higher education. Presented at the Annual Bridges Conference/ Indigenous Students and Educators, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Reed-Inderbitzin, D. (1997, April). Psychology and racism: A panel discussion. Presented at the Building Bridges/ Indigenous Students and Educators, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Reed-Inderbitzin, D. (1996). The SCIP Program: Mentoring Native American students for success in college. Presented at the 27th Annual Conference of the National Indian Education Association, Rapid City, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1996). Opportunities to heal from the traumas of the past. Presented at the Annual Red Road Gathering, Vermillion, SD.
  • Gordon, D., Boyd, B. (1996). The relation between academic achievement and ehtnic and racial identity development for Native American middle and high school students. Presented at the Graduate Sciences Research Forum, Vermillion, SD.
  • Yutrzenka, B., Boyd, B., Jorgensen, K. (1996). The efforts of a core faculty group in campus diversity efforts. Presented at the IdeaFest, Vermillion, SD.
  • Gordon, D., Boyd, B. (1996, August). The relation between academic achievement and ehtnic and racial identity development for Native American middle and high school students. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Boyd, B. (1996, August). Developing guidleines on bicultural skills for success in university settings. Presented at the Symposium/American Psychological Association, Toronot, Ontario, Canada.
  • Boyd, B., Hart, P., Somjee, L., Stephens, S. (1996, June). Students of Color in Psychology: Issues in the development of an ehtnic minorty student mentoring program. Presented at the 9th Annual Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education, San Antonio, TX.
  • Berland, A., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B. (1995). Managing work-related stress in disaster mental health organizations. Presented at the American Psychological Association/National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health Conference "Work, Stress & Health '95", Washington, D.C..
  • Boyd, B. (1995). Cultural reorientation and post-traumatic stress. Presented at the Annual Red Road Gethering, Vermillion, SD.
  • Teleha, M., Boyd, B. (1995). Perceptions of psychological abuse in university men and women. Presented at the Graduate Sciences Research Forum, Vermillion, SD.
  • Trott, C., Boyd, B. (1995). Friendship expectancies of latency age children in residential treatment. Presented at the Graudate Sciences Research Forum, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Goodteacher, E., Hodel, D. (1995, October). Culturally appropriate treatment of sever mental illness for Native Americans at the Human Services Center. Presented at the Annual Conference of the South Dakota Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Rapid City, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Bull Bear, M. (1995, October). Native American Advocacy Project: Workig with serious mental illness in Indian Country. Presented at the Annual Conference of the South Dakota Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Rapid City, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Nelson, C., Dyck, K. (1995, August). Enhancing mood management skills fr prevention of childhood depression. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, New York City, NY.
  • Trott, C., Boyd, B. (1995, August). Friendship expectations of emotionall disturbed children in a residential setting. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, New York City, NY.
  • Boyd, B., Bull Bear, M. (1995, August). Serious mental illness in Indian Country: Developing culturally responsive services. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, New York City, NY.
  • Boyd, B. (1995, August). The SCIP Mentoring Program. Presented at the APA Education Directorate Mini-Convention/American Psychological Association Annual Convention, New York City, NY.
  • Yutrzenka, B., English, N., Boyd, B., Brown, B., Champagne, L., Rognstad, R., Larsen, P., Rickord, W., Reddick, W. (1995, June). Increasing faclty awareness of racial and ethnc issues: Efforts of a core faculty group. Presented at the 8th Annual National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in Amerian Higher Education, Santa Fe, NM.
  • Boyd, B. (1995, April). Unlearning stereotypes in the classroom. Presented at the South Dakota Education Association Native American Curriculum Conference, Chamberlain, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1994). Issues in psychological assessment with Native Americans. Presented at the Society for Personality Assessment in 1994 Midwinter Program, Chicago, IL.
  • Yutrzenka, B., Boyd, B., Allen, J., French, C. (1994, October). Presented at the Annual Conference of the South Dakota Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Pierre, SD.
  • Yutrzenka, B., Boyd, B., Allen, J., French, C. (1994, October). South Dakota takes a forward steps: Developing a Mental Health Training Center. Presented at the Annual Conference of the South Dakota Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Pierre, SD.
  • Rehm, L. P., Mehta, P., Boyd, B., Bailey, S., Francis, D. (1993). Hierarchical linear modeling: Predicting change in a trial of therapy outcome for depression. Presented at the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Lyon, France.
  • Boyd, B., Bull Bear, M., Acosta-Johnson, C. (1993, October). Advocacy Project: Working with serious mental illness in Indian Country. Presented at the Annual Conference of the South Dakota Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Huron, SD.
  • Boyd, B., Rehm, L. P. (1993, August). Mood congruent recall in bipolar depression and mania. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Boyd, B. (1992, November). Honor or Offense?. Presented at the Student Acitivites Center, Vermillion, SD.
  • Boyd, B. (1992, October). Native American perspectives of the past, present and future of interactions between the cultures of two hemispheres. Presented at the Spain and the Americas, Vermillion, SD.
  • Rehm, L. P., Boyd, B., Bailey, S., Anderson, C., Cecil, K., Mehta, P., Averill, P., Davis, D., Sato, R. (1991). A clinical trial of Self-Management Therapy for depression. Presented at the Southwest Psychological Assoicaion, 37th Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.
  • Boyd, B., Rehm, L. P. (1989). Effect of mood on accessibility of depressogenic cognitions. Presented at the Southwest Psychological Association, 35th Annual Convention, Houston, TX.