Treating PTSD in Veterans: When and why things go wrong and what we can do about it

Date produced 29 October 2019

Join our panel of interdisciplinary experts for about veterans and evidence-based PTSD treatment.

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion to be better equipped to:

  • recognise the clinical comorbidities and systemic issues (therapist, client, modality, service, compensation, psychosocial) that can complicate successful treatment for veterans with PTSD
  • know what to do when evidence-based PTSD treatments do not ameliorate mental health symptoms in veterans
  • have increased confidence in identifying and supporting veterans who do not respond to evidence-based PTSD treatments.

Visit the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) website to watch and access all resources for this webinar.


Visit the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) website to watch and access all resources for this webinar.

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