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Webinar: PTSD Resources for Members of the Clergy Supporting Veterans

Friday, July 7, 2017   (0 Comments)
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Did you know that the VA Community Clergy Training Program (CCTP) has a webinar series?

To check out their page and/or to register for upcoming webinars, click here and below you'll find the next webinar in their series.

These webinars cover topics that expand on and complement subject matter presented in CCTP Workshops as well as topics identified by community clergy as important to them when caring for veterans and their families. 


"PTSD Resources for Member of the Clergy Supporting Veterans"

July 11, 2017, 2:00pm-3:00pm EST

Register here for this webinar

Presenters: Todd McKee, M.Div. and Elisa McCarthy, PhDThis webinar will review the free resources that chaplains and members of the clergy can access to support Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Staff members from the PTSD Consultation Program at the VA National Center for PTSD will review the videos, online and printable handouts, self-help tools, phone apps, a treatment decision aid, and other resources that are available to be shared with Veterans and their family members. They will also review continuing education resources and one-on-one email or phone consultation that is available to all chaplains and members of the clergy supporting Veterans who are experiencing PTSD. A preview of a brand new clergy toolkit from the National Center for PTSD will also be provided. Links to the resources will be available and there will be time to ask questions.


"Community Action Boards (CABs): Bringing Your Community Together to Support Veterans"
August 2017 - Date and Time To Be Announced, Registration Link to Follow
Presenter: Chaplain Steve Sullivan, Implementation Lead, Community Clergy Training Program


"Suicide Prevention"
September 2017 - Date and Time To Be Announced, Registration Link to Follow
Presenter: Greg Hughes, Suicide Prevention Coordinator/Veterans Crisis Line (SPC/VCL), VA Office of Suicide Prevention

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