Invisible Wounds PTSD Traumatic Brain Injury Depression and Suicide
Invisible Wounds: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Depression, and Suicide
No one returns from a combat zone unchanged, regardless of their duties performed while deployed. Early Screening and diagnosis, as well as with obtaining competent mental health services, the psychological and neurological effects of combat is treatable and manageable.
This course is specifically designed to raise awareness of the combat veteran's invisible inner war and struggles when returning home from combat, as well as assisting the mental health professional in identifying, assessing, and treating PTSD.
This course requires the successful completion and passing of a short, test (in PDF format) to verify that you have assimilated the information provided in this course and have an understanding of using the information learned in this course in your practice with combat veterans.
All Course Texts are in PDF Format, free of additional charge, and are made available for download upon the granting of access to the course.
Course text sources include the Department of Veteran's Affairs, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, National Center for PTSD, and more.