Assessment, Treatment, and Research on Moral Injury in a Wide Range of Populations and Settings
The 2021 Comprehensive Moral Injury Conference (CMIC), hosted by the Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc., provided in-depth information from experts on moral injury in a wide range of settings and populations, including Military, First Responders, Women Veterans and Servicewomen, Healthcare Providers, and Chaplains/Faith Leaders.
If you did not get a chance to attend the live conference, you can still watch the presentations, download the slides and handouts, and see the sponsor information.
The target audience for this program is psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and chaplains. The 2021 Comprehensive Moral Injury Conference bridged the gap in knowledge by presenting introductory and intermediate level instruction on MI research, assessment tools, and interventions being used by thought leaders and practitioners in the fields of psychology, social work, chaplaincy, and other healthcare fields. This conference took a holistic, collaborative approach to MI. Regardless of where clinicians, chaplains, and therapists work, they are likely to encounter a person with MI and should understand how to identify it, as well as help the person or get them the care they need.
By watching this replay, you will learn to:
- Identify the top three most common moral injurious events for women veterans.
- Select the six domains of symptoms associated with moral injury in any population at any age.
- Correctly identify the aspects of the, “parts” principle of the Internal Family Systems Model.
- Identify military cultural and leadership patterns that contribute to moral injury and dysfunctional lifestyle behaviors in post-9/11 veterans.
- Identify the benefits of the third-location decompression approach for veterans returning home from deployment.
- Describe the Moral Distress Process Model and its application to healthcare settings.
- List the predictors of moral injury and post-traumatic embitterment disorder (PTED) in health and social care professionals during the pandemic based on a cross-sectional study in the U.K.
- List the topics covered in the 16-week inter-disciplinary veteran support group used by the Charles George VA Medical Center.
- Correctly identify the 3 elements of the Moral Injury Reconciliation (MIR) process that helps morally injured people develop a vision of life that is comprehensible, manageable, and meaningful.
- Identify some of the effects of spiritual distress or religious strain.
- List cultural elements that can re-traumatize and/or perpetuate feelings of vulnerability, powerlessness and rejection in minority veteran populations.
The content consists of downloadable slides, videos of the presentations, handouts, and sponsor information. At $70, the price is $30 below the cost of the conference. To purchase: https://chaplainconsultants.com/product/2021-comprehensive-moral-injury-conference-replay/
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