Addressing Military Sexual Trauma in a Community Setting
Joan E. Zweben, Ph.D. Director of Research and Evaluation, East Bay Community Recovery Project Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCSF & Staff Psychologist, San Francisco VA Medical Center
Remote PTSD: Drone Pilots and the Impact of Secondary Exposure
Jean Lin Otto, DrPH Senior Epidemiologist, Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center , co-author of a Defense Dept. study on PTSD and Drone pilots.
From Helmets to Heels: The Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Challenges Facing Reintegrating Female Veterans
Recorded May 15, 2013
Family Issues Facing Returning Veterans
April 17, 2013 12:30pm EST
A webinar for primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, mental health professionals, clergy, school counselors and others.
Martha Levey, MA,Ed.D
Behavioral Health Challenges for Veterans
Clinical Program Development Coordinator
Military Culture and Terminology
Robert R. Strange
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army (Ret)
Recorded March 6, 2012
October 25, 2011
2-4 pm eastern
Steven M. Herman, Ph.D., HSPP
Director, Psychiatry Ambulatory Care Clinic
Richard L. Roudebush VAMC
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry
Indiana University Medical Center
The participant will be able to identify the Signs and Symptoms of PTSD in regards to
Substance Abuse, Depression, Mood Changes, and Irritability
The participant will learn appropriate treatment, referral and follow up procedures
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The Indiana Veterans Behavioral Health Network (IVBHN) was formed in May 2009 as a result of a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) planning grant. It is a network that brings key partners together to improve behavioral health and well-being among Indiana’s rural veterans and their families through increased access to behavioral health care services. HRSA has awarded $536,600 in funds to Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana, Inc (ASPIN)to be used over a three year period to support increased access to veteran behavioral health services provided at the Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis.