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PTSD and Moral Injury: Skills to Effectively Treat a Veteran Population

  • 15 Sep 2017
  • (UTC-06:00)
  • Lincoln Veterans Administration, 600 South 70th Street, Lincoln

PTSD and Moral Injury: Skills to Effectively Treat a Veteran Population

This full-day workshop is co-sponsored by the VA, with presenter Krista Krebs, Ph.D., PTSD specialist and Co-Chair of the PTSD Mentoring Group with the Veterans Integrated Services Network #23.

If you work with trauma victims you know it is not enough to be skilled in just one of the EBTs for PTSD. This workshop will cover treatment of moral injury in a Veteran population, and focus on general skills that enhance treatment engagement and outcomes. The latest PTSD clinical guidelines will be reviewed, with discussion of recent data about “firstline” treatments. We will explore information regarding how psychotherapy results in sustained changes in brain structure and functioning. Attendees will also learn about the VA National PTSD Consultation program available to any clinician working with a Veteran who has PTSD, and will get resources for working with Veterans who have PTSD that are useful for work with all trauma survivors.

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The Nebraska Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Nebraska Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. Participants attending this conference can receive 6 CEs for psychologists.


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