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Mental Health Conditions Common to Veterans and Family Members of Veterans

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Overview

    This 2-hour course takes a look at some of the mental health issues facing our veterans.  We will first talk about the children of veterans and some of the most common issues they may face, such as:  how long will they be effected, what can chiropractic do, and what types of treatments are available.  In other words, what can be some possible long term affects, if any, with the children of veterans.  We will also discuss the the potential impacts on spouses of veterans.

    For both men and women, questions like the following will be discussed and answered during this 2-hour course:

    • What is PTSD and who, as well as how many, are effected?
    • How can PTSD affect a veteran?
    • How do we determine who has PTSD?
    • What exactly is MST?
    • How many women have suffered from MST and how can it affect their lives?
    • Is it possible for men to have MST?
    • What is the NCTSN?
    • What do the core components of trauma-focused interventions include?
    • Compared to men, women Veterans are more likely to be diagnosed with a Mental Health Disorder.

     

    Note:  This is a 2-hour continuing education course.  The course is taught by the instructor with a PowerPoint presentation as a visual aid in video format.  An assessment of your subject mastery will be tested with a short quiz at the end of the course.  Upon completion of the course and passing the quiz, you will earn 2 CEUs.  A certificate will be provided to verify your completion of the program.

    InstructorDr. David Bleiler
    Subject Breakdown2 - wellness
    Total Credits2.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Course OutlineCourse Outline -- Mental Health Veterans.docx
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