1976: PTSD Amongst Service Members, Veterans, and Its Impac

1976: June 14, 2019; 8:45 am - 4:15 pm. Registration begins at 8:15 am. (New Orleans).   PTSD Amongst Service Members, Veterans, and Its Impact on Families.   Presented by Michael D. Gatson, Ph.D., ACSW.   Louisiana Department of Children & Family Services, Benson Tower, 1450 Poydras Street, 7th Floor, New Orleans, LA 70112.     With more troops coming home from combat duty, you need to be better equipped in helping them and their families cope with the transition back into civilization.  When you leave this workshop, you will be better equipped in assessing mental health issues and finding solutions that best fit each soldier.  During this seminar, you will explore the effects of PTSD on military personnel, war veterans, and their families, as well as highlight some of the differences between veterans with PTSD and other patients with these symptoms.  Michael Gatson, a military expert, will show you strategies to meet the unique needs of military personnel and war veterans returning home.  He will explain in detail what it means to have PTSD from the military, and war veteran’s point of view.  The workshop will use a variety of learning approaches, including group discussions, experiential exercises, and lectures.  Imagine if you could help more people with PTSD than you ever have before?  6.0 Clinical hours.  Pre-registration deadline is 6/7/19.  Limited to 40 participants.
6/14/2019 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM
LA Dept of Children & Family Services Benson Tower, 7th Floor New Orleans 70112


Friday, 14 June 2019


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