Attend TRR's Train the Trainers Yoga for Military Moral Injury© Repair Workshop on November 21, 2-5pm (EST). This training will focus on the repair of Moral Injury in a military population.
Many veterans are struggling with Military Moral Injury and not PTSD. Join TRR and they will show you how to see the difference and what to do. This workshop is a virtual experience due to Covid-19. They will teach how to engage military veterans and first responders – as a group – to address the challenges of service, and to repair relationships with family and community by focusing on Military Moral Injury repair on the yoga mat.
Attend TRR's Train the Trainers Military Moral Injury© Repair and EMDR Workshop on November 6, 2-5pm (EST). This training will focus on the repair of Moral Injury in a military population.
They will explain the difference between PTSD, Complex PTSD and Moral Injury from the perspective that Moral Injury is not part of PTSD and is therefore not a disorder. It is repairable, however. And the way that they repair Military Moral Injury during EMDR processing, requires an adjustment in the physical set up between client and therapist, the choice of BLS, and the assessment of negative cognitions.
Resilient Warrior is a six-week virtual program offered to post 9/11 veterans and service members, while Resilient Family is offered to their adult family members and caregivers.Read more
The New York Presbyterian Military Family Wellness Center at Columbia University Medical Center offers veterans, national guardsmen, reservists, active duty personnel and significant others free ONLINE group treatment using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). CBT-I is a well-established, effective form of therapy that focuses on improving your sleep.
Do you feel tired and fatigued throughout the day? do you experience stress around COVID-19 or military service that has negatively effected your sleep? Do you want to learn habits to get better and more restful sleep?Read more