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- Recognize the prevalence of trauma and its effects on all of our lives
- Identify how to shift practice from symptom reduction to self-regulation
- Understand the impact of trauma on brain development and function
- Analyze factors leading to compassion fatigue and vicarious traumatization
- Find and foster support for self and colleagues
This course will cover all the requirements for physical and mental survival, before, during and after the use of deadly force. This course will supply information vital to all aspects of survival for those involved in the use of deadly force; physical, mental and legal. This course is also good for trainers, team leaders and commanders who will provided with the tools to prepare and assist others who use deadly force.
*THIS ONE-DAY TRAINING SEMINAR IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON THURSDAY MAY 22
A one day conference on Friday, April 4, 2014 will serve as the inaugural event for Georgia Women Veterans to gather in Atlanta, with goals of electronic live streaming throughout the state and the launch of a statewide inter-generational electronic network of support, information, and resources for our more than 106,000 Women Veterans and those currently serving on active duty.
Dr. Kathy Platoni '74 will present "When Trauma Doesn't Bleed: The Psychological Toll of War" as part of the President's Forum Series on March 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Seneca Room. Platoni has dedicated her life to serving others, venturing "beyond the wire and into the crucible of war" to care for the Soldiers who need it most. Currently a clinical psychologist in private practice, she recently retired as a colonel with the Medical Service Corps and U.S. Army Reserve and as Army Reserve Psychology Consultant (to the Chief of the Medical Service Corps.)
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