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Understanding Native American History as a Foundation of Culturally Aware PTSD

PTSD Consultation Program Lecture Series: Understanding Native American History as a Foundation of Culturally Aware PTSD Treatment

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Understanding Native American History as a Foundation of Culturally Aware PTSD
Understanding Native American History as a Foundation of Culturally Aware PTSD

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Jan 18, 2023, 1:00 PM

VHTrain

About the event

PTSD Consultation Program Lecture Series: Understanding Native American History as a Foundation of Culturally Aware PTSD Treatment Program Description:

This virtual, knowledge-based webinar will help bridge a gap by providing information about historical trauma for Native American Veterans, the current culturally informed research related to historical trauma, how historical trauma may complicate PTSD treatment and strategies that are culturally informed to address historical trauma.

Date: Jan. 18 at 1 p.m. ET

Location: VHA TRAIN

Access Links: Non-VA employees click here. VA employees click here.

Audience: Physicians, registered nurses, advanced practice nurses, psychologists, social workers and licensed professional counselors

Modality: Virtual conference (webinar)

Credit/hours: 1

Accreditations: ACCME, ACCME-NP, ANCC, APA, ASWB, JA IPCE, NBCC, NYSED-P, NYSED-SW

Questions?: If you require assistance, please contact the VHA TRAIN Help Desk by email at vhatrain@va.gov.

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