June 7-9 via Zoom platform
Why Attend Our Conference?
Are you in the related fields of a psychologist, social worker, family therapists, or chaplain? The 2022 Comprehensive Moral Injury Conference will help bridge 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 takes 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.
This year’s online conference offers a chance for care providers to learn more about moral injury research, assessment, and treatment from thought leaders and practitioners in the field.
Sponsors are critical to the success of this conference, and we value their important contributions. Basic sponsorship includes:
- Admission to all conference events.
- Access to all video recordings and transcripts.
- Free copies of all handouts and brochures.
- 10 minutes to present their organizations, products, and services.
- Placement of a digital brochure in the online handout folder.
- Placement of a logo, weblink, and a 100-word ad (max and provided by you) on our social media sites (Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram). As well as program book, and slides shown during breaks.
For contract details, contact us at MaryJ@Chaplainconsultants.com or call 910-701-0306 and visit our sponsor page under the Donations tab.
Assessment, Treatment, and Research on Moral Injury in a Wide Range of Populations and Settings
The 2022 Comprehensive Moral Injury Conference (CMIC), hosted by the Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc., will provide 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.
Moral Injury is a condition being talked about with more frequency. In 2009, it was Brett Litz who brought this condition to the forefront. He described moral injury as involving acts of transgression that create dissonance and conflict because it violates assumptions and beliefs about what is right and wrong and personal goodness. Moral injury is a syndrome that often occurs in the setting of trauma, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but MI is distinct and separate from PTSD” (Dr. Harold Koenig, Select Proceedings Book from the 2020 Women Veterans Military Moral Injury Conference).
Warfare, violent uprisings, COVID-19, and social justice issues have wreaked havoc on people’s souls and emotional health. Many are feeling morally injured and it is chaplains and faith leaders, psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, clinicians, and physical and occupational therapists who are standing in the gap and treating these injured people. In the process, many of these care providers are also experiencing moral injury.
Download the complete program book with the agenda, speaker credentials, and summaries of presentations:
Prior to the start of the conference, a person may cancel his or her registration and receive a refund. Since all conference sessions will be recorded and made available to participants, after the conference begins, no refunds will be given except in special cases. For questions about this policy or to request a special exemption, contact Dr. Daniel Roberts at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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