Join us this Thursday, Dec. 4th 12-2pm pdt For A Live Video Teleconference Treating Post Traumatic Stress in Military Families
Herbst Hall at UCSF, Mount Zion Campus
1600 Divisadero St. - 2nd floor
The impacts of war-related trauma don't reside solely in the Soldier, Marine, Sailor, Airman or woman. Because humans are wired to connect, the ripples radiate out and affect many, in particular those close to the veteran: including his or her spouse, children, siblings, parents, marital relationship, extended family, and significant others. In this training, two experts on the dynamics of post traumatic stress in military families and their treatment will provide a clear review that will help us understand and treat the impacts on couples and families of PTSD.
If you have questions related to the topic, you can have them addressed on air by sending them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
* In Person at UCSF,Mount Zion [NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY]
* Watch live
online or on Dish Network channel 9412.
Part of "Treating the Invisible Wounds of War: Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans, Families and Care Providers" series, a collaboration among the Coming Home Project, UCSF, and UCTV.