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Returning From War: Providing Mental Health Services to Military Personnel & Their Families

12.0 CE Hours Available

All orders include the entire presentation with handouts and a CE test.
Streaming videos and audio downloads will be available immediately after checkout
Mailed CD and DVD formats include the printed handouts and CE test in an attractive portfolio

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Audio Download
RRP$160.00
Offer Price$108.80
CD Audio w/ Audio Download
RRP$175.00
Offer Price$119.00
DVD Video w/ Streaming Video
RRP$200.00
Offer Price$136.00
Streaming Video
RRP$185.00
Offer Price$125.80

Description

Vintage courses do not offer ASWB ACE credit to social workers

Objectives

Participants will enhance their ability to:

  • Identify core myths and realities concerning the impact of war and its aftermath
  • Diagnose PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and other war-related disorders
  • Understand functional and dysfunctional wartime survival strategies
  • Identify basic principles of Combat Operational Stress Control
  • Use exposure, cognitive reframing, and Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation interventions
  • Help military personnel recover from guilt, overresponsibility and shame
  • Help military families adjust to deployment and redeployment from the wartime theater
  • Use strategies to address war-related trauma that go beyond typical interventions focusing on psychiatric symptoms

Topics

The Experience of War

  • Universal effects of war on combatants and their families
  • Guard and reservists vs. regular military
  • War survival strategies brought home

War Trauma

  • Core myths and realities
  • PTSD - additional diagnostic considerations
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) &
  • TBI comorbidity with PTSD

Battlemind Training

  • Combat stress reactions
  • Combat Operational Stress Control Training
  • Redeployment Battlement Training

Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation

Soldiersí Perspectives of the Iraq War

Therapeutic Approaches

  • Exposure and in-vivo therapy
  • Re-telling & cognitive reframing
  • Principles of Traumatic Incident Reduction

Feeling Responsible & Blaming

  • Factors related to shame, guilt, & blame
  • Issues with God, higher power, and beliefs regarding humanity
  • Innovative cognitive reframing
  • Family & children: guilt and blame issues

Helping Military Families & Children

  • Guidelines for the families - Spouse Battlemind Training

Expanding the Circle of Healing

  • Multi-era peer treatment groups
  • DOD & VA implications for post-war healing
  • Positives of war trauma experiences