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Returning Veterans Project Treating Military Sexual Trauma - Understanding the specific aspects of military culture and circumstances unique to military sexual trauma are necessary components of programs helping survivors begin the healing process. This workshop explores unique characteristics of MST, military cultural competency, symptoms, diagnosis and co-morbidity as well as best practice in treatment and advocacy. 3.75 CEUs available.
Trauma-Informed Care for Women Veterans Experiencing Homelessness: A Guide for Service Providers Also known as the “Trauma Guide,” was created to address the psychological and mental health needs of women veterans. The guide is also a compilation of best practices aimed at improving effectiveness in engaging female veterans. Written for service providers, the guide offers observational knowledge and concrete guidelines for modifying practices with the goal of increasing re-entry outcomes.