Two free webinars on post-traumatic stress from expert Belleruth Naparstek

Two free webinars on post-traumatic stress from expert Belleruth Naparstek.

To see how guided imagery can be useful, (and why the military uses it) please click here.

The first talk is called Downloading Treatment for Post-traumatic Stress: Digitally Delivered, Evidence-Based Tools for Self-Administered Healing. It goes over the importance and the special benefits of electronic self-help; the techniques that actually help with post-traumatic stress (and which ones can be used as downloads); the various new kinds of platforms and apps, avatars and uploads that are available to help our service members with post-traumatic stress, combat stress and military sexual trauma; and the research showing the effectiveness of guided imagery with this population. It runs a little over an hour.

The second webinar is called Lessons Learned from Treating PTS: Soldiers Teach Therapists about Do’s, Don’t’s & Understanding Military Culture and represents what a large and vocal sample of soldiers and Marines taught Naparstek about what they wish therapists would and wouldn’t do, usually after having disappointing experiences with behavioral health.

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