Conference Details

Moral Injury Support Newtwork for Servicewomen, Inc.

Upcoming Conference Details

Conference Registration: June 7th-9th via Zoom

Our Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc. conference attendance is $100 per ticket.

When registering, please use your personal email address to prevent any disruption of Zoom links from reaching you.

If you need a certificate of attendance for your organization or continuing education credit, you must add the Certificate of Attendance for $5.


To Sponsor this event, visit one of our sponsor pages under the Donations tab then email MaryJ@chaplainconsultants.com for terms and conditions.


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Moral Injury

Moral Injury is the inner conflict or loss a person feels when they are a witness to, a participant in, or the target of any event that violated a person’s moral values. Events can include:

-Killing in combat,

-Sexual assault,

-Hazing and Harassment,

-Witnessing abuse and not being able to stop it, etc.

Where it Began

It occurred to Dr. Roberts and MISNS Board of Directors that a network of female chaplains could improve MMI for servicewomen. Dr. Roberts knew it would fill the void in emotional and spiritual support needed by servicewomen. Therefore, the Tubman Chaplain Network (TCN) was created.


MISNS

MISN specializes in research, education, and advocacy for servicewomen. Through our chaplain network, we offer guidance to servicewoman and their families who suffer from military moral injury (MMI). Our research focuses are on the experiences of women veterans by using specific therapies, and healing modalities. We believe that this will help us close the gap in available treatment to our servicewomen.


TCN Name

Army chaplain colonel and member of MISNS Board of Directors, Karen Meeker, suggested the name, Tubman Chaplain Network. Harriet Tubman was a woman of religious conviction, courage and faith. Accordingly, TCN represents how Harriet accomplished freeing women from mental anguish.


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