The Civilian Counselor and Working With Veterans and Their Dependents

Mar 29, 2019 3:00pm ‐ Mar 29, 2019 3:30pm

Description

Working with military populations and trauma is understudied, leaving much to be known about the unique mental health needs of veterans and their dependents. Civilian practitioners must establish credibility and trust in order to find treatment efficacy with this population. This poster reviews the multilayered needs and mechanics of working with veterans and their dependents and of addressing military trauma.

  • Attendees will learn how civilian counselors can best treat veterans and their dependents in a clinical setting.
  • Attendees will understand the essential mechanisms of treating military issues.
  • Attendees will discover cross-cultural components associated with efficacy in working with the veteran and dependent population.

Speaker(s):

  • Jessica M. Tyler, PhD, Assistant Professor & Private Practice, Auburn University & Self-employed
  • Dylan Gunther, MEd, Doctoral Student, Auburn University

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