Veterans and Epilepsy: Better Treatment Begins with Knowledge If you are serious about understanding how epilepsy and seizure disorders affect America's veterans and how mental health clinicians can better serve the veteran population, then this eight-hour seminar is the one to pick. As our most comprehensive seminar it may be scheduled for one 8-hour session, two 4-hour sessions, or broken up over eight Lunch and Learn opportunities.
Cultural Competency: How to Talk Military For mental health providers who have never been in the military, this seminar provides an understanding of the language and mind-set of veterans. Clinicians will gain the ability to overcome the barriers between them and a solid therapeutic relationship with the military veteran client.
Mirroring Symptoms Mirroring Symptoms is a popular interactive training focusing on how mental health symptoms and the symptoms of seizures often look exactly alike. Using short case studies, clinicians engage in symptom recognition of both medical and mental health issues in veterans.
The Anatomy of an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) The Anatomy of an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) is about understanding how an IED affects the veterans' mind, body, and spirit. This training concentrates on the medical injuries caused by an IED, and "how" and "why" these injuries lead to seizures and mental health issues.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Epilepsy (PTE) TBI and PTE is about connected medical and neurological pathologies. This training discusses the Traumatic Brain Injury and its evidence-based connection to Post Traumatic Epilepsy.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES) PTSD and PNES is also about connected psychopathologies. This training discusses the evidence-based connection between PTSD and PNES.
Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) SUDEP is about understanding the real danger facing clients who develop epilepsy. This training focuses on the little known fact that epilepsy can kill.
Suicide, Seizures, and Veterans Veterans with seizures are 10 times more likely to commit suicide as veterans who are not seizing. Learn the best practices for suicide prevention.
First Aid for Seizures One in ten people will have a seizure in their lifetime. Learn the best practices for aiding and assisting those having a seizure. It also addresses the many myths and false instructions concerning seizure First Aid.
Contact John mustain at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-637-4440, Ext. 16 to schedule your company or department's free seizures and the military training