AVAPL V-BA for PTSD

Combat planned veterans veterans workshop overview

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Unformatted text preview: integrated model of primary stepped care at VA An Puget Sound, Seattle Puget Adapting evidence-based PTSD treatments in Adapting secondary prevention efforts for OIF/OEF veterans veterans Specific Clinical Challenges Specific Fitness for Duty Recommendations Confidentiality Documentation VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for Acute Stress Disorder and PTSD Stress http://www.oqp.med.va.gov/cpg/PTSD/PTSD Soldier/Veteran Self-Assessment Soldier/Veteran http://www.pdhealth.mil/mhsa.asp Voluntary, anonymous, self-directed PTSD Depression ETOH Bipolar disorder GAD Results and resources at end of Results assessment assessment The Iraq War Clinician’s Guide The http://www.ncptsd.va.gov/war/guide/index.html Assessment guidelines Treating medical casualty evacuees Treating the traumatized Amputee Primary care based treatment of Iraq veterans Military sexual trauma Assessment and treatment of anger Treatment of traumatic grief Substance abuse Impact of deployment on family members The Iraq War Clinician’s Guide The http://www.ncptsd.va.gov/war/guide/index.html Information for Veterans/Family War zone-related stress reactions: what War veterans and family members need to know veterans Depression Stress, trauma, and alcohol/drug use Coping with sleep problems Coping with traumatic stress reactions Homecoming: dealing with changes and Homecoming: expectations expectations Homecoming: Tips for reunion Resilience Training in OIF/OEF Returnees Returnees National Center for PTSD National Coping with transition stress Improving sleep Managing stress Dealing with anger Reintegrating Psychological First Aid Psychological http://www.ncptsd.va.gov/pfa/PFA.html Contact and engagement Safety and comfort Stabilization Information gathering: identify needs and Information concerns concerns Practical assistance Connection with social supports Information on coping Linkage with collaborative services Battlemind Training Battlemind http://www.armyg1.army.mil/hr/dcs/Annex/Battlemind%20Training%20II%20Brie Buddies (cohesion) vs. withdrawal Aggressive driving (combat) vs. defensive driving Accountability vs. control Discipline and ordering vs. conflict Targeted vs. inappropriate aggression Lethally armed vs. “locked and loaded” at home Emotional control vs. anger/detatchment Tactical awareness vs. hypervigilance The alcohol transition Myths vs. facts of mental health...
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