Moral Injury and Female Veterans–A Call for Community

Community Clergy Training Program (CCTP)

WEBINAR ANNOUNCEMENT:  Moral Injury and Female Veterans–A Call for Community

September 4, 2018 • 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time 2:00 p.m. Central • 1:00 p.m. Mountain • 12:00 p.m. Pacific

This Webinar is focused on bringing awareness to specific issues female Veterans face as a result of their military service.  Issues spotlighted are directly associated with women’s invisible wounds and morally injurious experiences that are and continue to be “unspoken” and “unaddressed” through the traditional medical models of treatment.  

Learning Objectives

Following the webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand and define moral injury
  2. Identify causal mechanisms for moral injury in female Veterans
  3. Recognize symptoms of moral injury in female Veterans
  4. Describe manifestations of moral injury in everyday life in female Veterans

You will receive the link to the webinar with your registration confirmation.

Your Presenter

Reverend Rotunda East is a retired Air Force Combat Veteran who now serves as Chaplain with the Veterans Affairs Health Administration.  She is currently a PhD Student for Marriage and Family Therapy with Military Families.  In collaboration with Behavioral Health, she co-facilitates a weekly Moral Injury group, as well as provides individual therapy to veterans focusing in on maladaptive behaviors associated with moral injury.

The Community Clergy Training to Support Rural Veterans Mental Health is supported by the VA Office of Rural Health