The Battlefield and Beyond: Part One
The Battlefield and Beyond: Quiz 1
The Battlefield and Beyond: Part Two
The Battlefield and Beyond: Quiz 2
The Battlefield and Beyond: Part Three
The Battlefield and Beyond: Quiz 3
The Battlefield and Beyond: Part Four
The Battlefield and Beyond: Quiz 4
The Battlefield and Beyond: Part Five
The Battlefield and Beyond: Feedback
The Battlefield and Beyond: Understanding Trauma in Female Veterans
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While the military offers positive experiences for many women, the rate of trauma among female veterans is quite high. This unit focuses exclusively on female service members who suffer the lasting effects of trauma in the military. The issues—and strategies for service providers—are drawn out around a central case study that illustrates how trauma can impact every aspect of a woman’s life.
Who should take this module:
- Frontline workers
- Describe the impact of trauma on female veterans, including the increased risk of homelessness
- Identify barriers to accessing care among female veterans who have experienced trauma
- Identify concrete strategies for working with female veterans who have experienced trauma
Meet the authors:
Megan Edson Grandin, MPH, is an Associate at C4 Innovations and a public health professional with experience in writing, copy editing, developing curricula, project coordination, and research, as well as strong skill in media and communications. Prior to joining C4 in 2010, Ms. Grandin served as a Senior Program Analyst at The National Center on Family Homelessness, where she co-authored several papers and reports; provided training and technical assistance to homeless service providers; and coordinated a variety of projects, including the Chronic Homelessness Initiative, the Campaign to End Child Homelessness, the Strengthening at Risk and Homeless Young Mothers and Children Initiative, and the Physical and Emotional Awareness for Children who are Homeless (PEACH) initiative. She has developed online training modules for the T3 Institute, and has experience developing curricula. Ms. Grandin received her B.A. in English from Stony Brook University, and her Master’s Degree from the Boston University School of Public Health, focused in Maternal and Child Health.
Kathleen Guarino is a senior TA consultant with expertise in child mental health, trauma, and trauma-informed care. She develops program models, resources, and in- person and online training curricula and supporting materials on traumatic stress, trauma-informed care, and vicarious trauma and self-care, and provides individualized consultation to organizations across the country to support trauma-informed programming. Guarino is a licensed mental health clinician with experience providing therapeutic services to children and families in residential and outpatient settings. She received her Master’s in counseling psychology from Boston College, and holds a certificate in Traumatic Stress Studies from the Trauma Center in Brookline, MA.
- Subject: Female veterans and trauma
- Length: Most can complete in 1 hour
- Course type: Asynchronous, home study
- Participants will watch pre-recorded videos and be quizzed on the knowledge they learn afterwards
- Content level: Introductory
- Covered topics: female service members, female veterans, veterans, military, trauma, trauma-informed care, women veterans, women service members
- Fees: $50 (unless a basic or advanced subscriber)
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Access is automatically provided to this module once purchased. Therefore, no refund will be given. For special circumstances, C4 may cancel your registration and move your credit to another module of equal value.
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