Post-Traumatic Stress (6 CEs)

Understanding and Managing Psychological and Behavioral  Manifestations of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the Military Veteran

6CE Credit Hours .The price is $189.00 (advanced purchase).

Overview:

This segment of the seminar encompasses an in-depth discussion of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder –Signs and Symptoms of the condition, how it manifests, how Stigma and Stress play a factor in triggering it, and how & what strategies appear to be successful in managing those who may suffer from it.

As a result, these innovative approaches and direction will assist public safety in cultivating a more insightful appreciation of how such individuals who suffer from a condition struggle with attempts to problem solve in everyday life.

More and more of our Military Veterans and families experience an array of changes and transition from Pre-Deployment to Post-Deployment.

This seminar will discuss and evaluate the dynamics surrounding suicide, violence risk, and threat assessment involving military personnel in crisis.

This seminar will not only educate others, but provide the necessary insight into what some individuals and families experience, will penetrate the Stigma dynamic, and will assist others in “normalizing” such behavioral and psychological reactions that such individuals and families endure.

 A total of 6-Continuing Education (CE’s) hours will be credited upon completion of this course.

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Understanding and Managing Psychological and Behavioral Manifestations of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the Military Veteran

6CE Credit Hours for only $189 (advanced purchase)

PTSD response for public safety personnel inclusive of military is $199. This class is different than the CEU class offered for $189 (advanced purchase).

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Holiday Inn Resort Lake Buena Vista
13351 State Road 535, Orlando  FL 32821
P: 407-387-7705 F: 407-387-7708

Time: 8:00AM – 5:00 PM

Travel: Registration and payment is for the seminar only. Travel arrangements and lodging are the responsibility of the registrant.

For any question 

phone  (305) 528-7309

E-mail :rcipriano@simcipgroup.com

Simcip Group

http://www.simcipgroup.com

www.simcipgrouptrainingandconsultingservices.com;

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 2 Day Active Shooter Training Seminar

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 Post-Traumatic Stress (6 CEs)

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PTSD Response for Public Safety Personnel Inclusive of Military

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 Active Shooter Seminar

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Law Enforcement Suicide Prevention, Stress Management

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Penn Resilience Program (PRP) Approach to the Development of a Military Resiliency “Train the Trainer” Initiative


Seminar Agenda

8:00am – 8:15am

Registration

8:15am – 9:45am

History of Post-Traumatic Disorder (PTSD) (Movie)

What is PTSD

Stigma, Stress, and PTSD

Myths about PTSD

9:45am-10:00am

(Break)

10:00am-11:30am

Fight or Flight Response (What about Freezing?)

Perception of Danger for Someone who displays PTSD Symptoms (Movie)

Stressors for the Military Veteran

11:30am-12:30pm

Lunch (On your Own)

Seminar Agenda

12:30pm-2:00pm

(Movie) Deployment Cycle for the Veteran & Family Responses to Traumatic Stress

How PTSD is different than other Mental Health Conditions (Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder)

2:00pm-2:15pm

(Break)

2:15pm-3:45pm

Suicide, Suicide Threat Assessment, Suicide Intervention Steps

3:45pm-3:50pm

(Break)

3:50pm-4:50pm

Violence Risk & Threat Assessment

Biopsychosocial Model for Violence Risk Assessment

4:50pm-5:00pm

Questions, Evaluations, Certificate Presentation

GRIEVANCE STATEMENT

Grievance Statement surrounding SIMCIP Group Forensic-Psychological Consultants

Seminar: Understanding and Managing the Psychological and Behavioral Manifestations of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the Military Veteran.

Please call (305) 528-7309 or email us at rcipriano@simcipgroup.com or write to us at 320 South Flamingo Road (Suite 355) Pembroke Pines, Florida 33027 to inquire about course content, instructors, request accommodations for disability, remove your name from a list or for any other reason.

A participant will be provided with the opportunity to speak directly to the CE Provider if there is a concern or grievance regarding the above seminar or another circumstance. A member of SIMCIP Group will contact the participant at the phone number, email address, or mailing address listed on this form. The participant will be offered supplemental training, credit for future training, or a partial or a full refund in the event the conflict is verified.

A total of 6-Continuing Education (CE’s) hours will be credited upon completion of this course.  CE’s are approved only by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling licensed providers for this course.  SIMCIP Group’s Department of Health provider number is BAP #1197.  SIMCIP Group’s CE Broker Provider number is  50-15533 and the expiration date is 03/31/2015. CE Broker Tracking # for this course is 20-396787.

Thank you for using SIMCIP Group Training and Consulting Services

SIMCIP Group

320 South Flamingo Road (Suite 355) Pembroke Pines, Florida 33027 (305) 528-7309

http://www.simcipgroup.com or

www.simcipgrouptrainingandconsultingservices.com

For any question 

E-mail  rcipriano@simcipgroup.com

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April 28-29  2-day Active Shooter Seminar