Invisible Wounds of War at Work: What is PTSD

Invisible Wounds of War at Work: What is PTSD

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INSTRUCTOR: Heidi Squier Kraft, Ph.D.; Clinical Director, PsychArmor Institute

TIME: 12 Minutes

SERIES: 2 of 12

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Over half of Veterans have experienced an emotionally traumatic or distressing experience. These experiences may require consistent efforts to overcome the lasting issues. Working is one of the therapeutic benefits for helping someone overcome PTSD, therefore as a Veteran employer, you are directly playing a part in the recover process.

This course will review what posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is and dispel common myths about PTSD.


SUBJECT AREA

 

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Invisible Wounds of War
  • Veteran Employees

FORMAT

Web-Based Training, Self-Study (Online)


COURSE LENGTH

10 Minutes


RELEASE DATE

March 21, 2016


TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is recommended for all levels of employees as it will educate individuals on the potential struggles faced by Veteran employees. By promoting this understanding, open dialogue, and accommodation plans, your Veteran employer will excel in the workplace and, in turn, maximize the achievement of organizational goals. 


COURSE LEVEL

Beginner


OBJECTIVES & OUTCOMES

Discuss the symptoms of PTSD


LEARNING PATH SERIES

  1. Invisible Wounds of War: Why It Matters - 7 Minutes
  2. What is PTSD - 10 Minutes
  3. How PTSD Presents at Work - 15 Minutes
  4. Helping Vets with PTSD Succeed - 15 Minutes
  5. What is TBI - 10 Minutes
  6. How TBI Presents at Work - 10 Minutes
  7. Helping Vets with TBI Succeed - 15 Minutes
  8. What is Substance Use Disorder - 10 Minutes
  9. How Substance Use Disorder Presents in Workplace - 10 Minutes
  10. Helping Vets with Substance Use Disorder Succeed - 10 Minutes
  11. What is Depression - 10 Minutes
  12. Helping Vets with Depression Succeed - 10 Minutes

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