Exclusive to Give Hour providers; you will receive a copy of the book WARRIOR, access to two 1-hour virtual conversations with Dr. Springer, and continuing education credits after the webinars are complete.
If you currently have a Kindle Unlimited account, this book will be at no cost to you so you will not need to request a book, however we encourage you to sign up and indicate you will provide your own book so that we may send you invitations to the follow-up events.
Request Your Book by Jan 14th 2022
Live Webinar Dates
Feb 24th 2022 11PST/2EST
April 7th 2022 4PST/7EST
2 Hours of CE is expected for this opportunity. ALL CE will culminate after the last event.
Define stigma in a military context as it relates to mental health symptoms and the seeking of treatment for those symptoms.
Describe how previous experience many military personnel might have had with mental health providers may play into their perception of stigma regarding seeking treatment.
Describe at least 2 differences between the perceived goals of military service and supportive therapy, and discuss how these different contribute to mental health stigma.
Explain for the benefit of a prospective veteran patient at least 1 way in which military training and the task of healing in therapy may be similar.
Articulate at least 1 specific technique to help a military or veteran patient overcome barriers to seeking treatment within their cultural context.
In WARRIOR, Doc Springer takes us close to the struggles of our bravest citizens during and after they face traumatic challenges. She draws from the experiences of our warfighters to help us understand true courage and the bonds of love that keep all of us in the fight. As she explains…
“We continually thank warriors for their service – yet treat them as though they are broken gear. We donate millions of dollars to support warriors, yet they tell me that they feel invisible, like ghosts passing unseen through a culture that is utterly alien to them. Through my unique role as a trusted psychologist and ‘Doc’ to our nation’s warfighters, I’ve learned insights that can help us navigate this time of unprecedented trauma. WARRIOR is a book about the isolation, grief, shame, moral injury, pain, shock and sense of disconnection that are the central challenge to bringing our warriors home from war—and confronting the current crisis of our personal and national mental health.”
Shauna “Doc” Springer is a best-selling author, frequently requested keynote speaker, and one of the world’s leading experts on psychological trauma, military transition, suicide prevention, and close relationships. She is the author of WARRIOR: How to Support Those Who Protect Us and the co-author of BEYOND THE MILITARY: A Leader’s Handbook for Warrior Reintegration.
A Harvard graduate who has become a trusted Doc to our nation’s military warfighters, she navigates different cultures with exceptional agility. As Chief Psychologist for Stella, she advances a new model for treating psychological trauma that combines biological and psychological interventions. Doc Springer is a licensed psychologist who is frequently sourced by the media for her uniquely perceptive insights on trauma recovery, post-traumatic growth, psychological health, and interpersonal relationships, developed from two decades of work at the extremes.
Doc Springer’s work has been featured in multiple media outlets, including CNN, VICE, NPR, NBC, CBS Radio, Forbes, Business Insider, Military Times, Gun Talk Radio, Coffee or Die Magazine, The Marine Corps Gazette, Havok Journal, THRIVE GLOBAL, Anxiety.org, Washington Post, and Psychology Today.