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SFPA Peer Support Seminar 3. Moral Injury and Trauma: A Control-Mastery Theory Perspective

Presented by James McCalllum, PhD Control-Mastery Theory is a way to understand trauma as events that mean something to the patient, rather than simply a collection of physical symptoms. Learning Objectives - Definition of moral injury as the result of moral stress - Brief overview of CMT - Conditions that tend to precede or cause moral injury - Working with moral injury: more than symptom reduction - Using the CMT model for formulating a treatment plan We will have 20 min social after this presentation. Please stay if you would like. Joining social only is also welcome.
When:
Saturday, November 07, 2020, 3:00 PM until 4:00 PM
Where:

Contact(s):
Rebecca Crabb
Category:
Member Events
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