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Military Service and Moral Injury: General Concepts and Intervention Strategies (Sacramento/Davis District)

  • Saturday, November 12, 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • St. Mark's on 2391 St. Marks Way, Sacramento, CA 95864

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Sacramento/Davis District Presents: Military Service and Moral Injury: General Concepts and Intervention Strategies

Description: Moral injury is the psychic trauma caused by acting, failing to act, or witnessing acts that conflict with a person’s core values.  Over 200,000 US troops have been deployed to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, many of them multiple times.  Through case studies, veterans’ writing and music and discussion, learn to recognize moral injuries and develop strategies for helping veterans heal these wounds that are endemic in war.  In the process, we will join veterans in their grief and participate more fully in healing the nation that sent them to war.

Learning Objectives: after participation in this training event participants will be able to:

  • Understand the general concepts of moral injury and integrate them into trauma-focused psychotherapy practices
  • Identify the three types of combat situations that may result in moral injury
  • Utilize intervention strategies that promote healing and transformation of combat trauma

Learning Activities and Methods:  Didactic, power point, discussion, case examples, video.

Presenter: Catherine Lieb, LCSW, has practiced trauma-focused psychotherapy for more than 20 years in community mental health, at Sacramento Family Service Agency and in private practice.  While working at Veterans Affairs from 2008 to 2011 she had the opportunity to work with veterans suffering from the aftereffects of combat and military sexual trauma.  She is currently in private practice and is working on a book, Beyond Treatment Delusions: Healing the Psychological Wounds of War - for Veterans and Society.

MEETING AGENDA:

Networking: District presentation meetings begin with a half hour of networking, and community building, followed by a continuing education presentation, with discussion.

CEUs: Our courses meet the requirements for 2 hours of continuing education credit for LCSWs , MFTs, and LPCCs as specified by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

Evaluation and Certificate are now being done digitally.  Please register online.  All attendees will be sent an evaluation link after the workshop, once an evaluation is submitted he/she will receive an immediate link to their certificate.

Costs: CEUs are FREE to our members, and cost $20 for non-members. Please feel free to invite fellow clinicians and encourage students to attend. (Nonmembers must pay either online or by check prior to receiving the evaluation link.)

REGISTER ONLINE - All attendees (both members and non-members) are requested to register online. 

Note:  Clinical Social Work Associates can use the CE hours as BBS hours toward licensure approved by your supervisor.


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