Treating the Invisible Wounds of War
Treating the Invisible Wounds of War - Asynchronous Learning Opportunity
The Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) recognizes the serious need to provide access to appropriate mental health care for our service members and their families. This includes offering trainings for civilian mental health providers to better prepare them for serving and working with the military community. In collaboration with the North Carolina Area Health Education Center Program and the Citizen Soldier Support Program (CSSP), the Mountain Plains MHTTC is offering free online training, with continuing education units (CEU) available, for all interested mental health providers who may serve the military community.
The seven-part series, with CEUs, is offered asynchronously and can be completed at any time.
- Treating the Invisible Wounds of War (TTIWW)
- TTIWW: A Primary Care Approach
- TTIWW: Employee Assistance in the Civilian Workforce
- TTIWW: Issues of Women Returning from Combat
- TTIWW: Recognizing the Signs of mTBI During Routine Eye Examinations
- TTIWW: Taking a Military History: Four Critical Questions
- TTIWW: Understanding Military Family Issues
Visit the Citizen Soldier Portal to complete the training.
These trainings are funded by the Mountain Plains MHTTC, supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.