On this episode we will speak with Katie Ross and Katie Civiletto Stenger about a variety of topics including: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder in Veterans, Access to care, Navigating healthcare outside the VA, Continuum of Care, and much more. Katie Ross is a seasoned professional in the veteran and military space, she hasContinue reading “Part 1: Meet Katie and Katie!”
The Soldier’s Guide to PTSD: How to No-Shit Reclaim Your Life written by Virginia Cruse is a must read. Part two of our interview with Virginia Cruse is an episode you do not want to miss!
Part two we further discuss moral injury and finish our conversation with helpful information and resources.
We are talking all things moral injury on this episode. Listeners will learn more about moral injury and begin to build a foundation of knowledge. Part 2: Let’s Talk Moral Injury
This week we will finish our talk on introductions!
On this week’s episode of Let’s Talk Moral Injury, we talk introductions! Learn more about moral injury and the Moral Injury Support Network for Injured Servicewomen, Inc. Furthermore, meet host and co-host Dr. Daniel Roberts and Mia Ricks. Listen to our discussions on moral injury and join us on furthering the knowledge of moral injury.Continue reading “Introductions”
The overall aim of this project is to explore the phenomenon of secondary moral injury among spouses, ex-spouses, partners, or ex-partners of military service members with a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In this project, we are using a community based participatory approach, which means we are looking to the community of practice andContinue reading “Seeking Community Partners for Research Project”
Dr. Daniel Roberts has been working with a partner to conduct a moral injury study for women veterans. (We are still looking for participants. If you are a female veteran and experienced something while serving that caused inner conflict or went against your moral values, consider signing up: https://chaplainconsultants.com/projects/). Although military sexual trauma is notContinue reading “Old Memories, Fresh Wounds”