Understanding Anger in Veterans: Tips and Strategies to Support Veterans Struggling with Anger

Date produced 11 July 2017

In this webinar, our panel discuss how to best support veterans who experience difficulties managing their anger.

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Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Darren's story to be better equipped to:

  • better recognise the characteristics, prevalence and risks associated with anger amongst military personnel and veterans
  • describe the evidence based approaches which are most effective in supporting military personnel and veterans struggling with anger
  • have increased confidence in supporting and managing military personnel and veterans challenged by anger.
 
Resources such as panellist biographies, case study, presenter slides and supporting resources are available on the DVA At-Ease Professional website.
 

Resources such as panellist biographies, case study, presenter slides and supporting resources are available on the DVA At-Ease Professional website.

The panellists for this webinar are:

  • Dr Monica Moore (General Practitioner, New South Wales)
  • Dr Jon Lane (Psychiatrist, Tasmania)
  • Dr Tony McHugh (Clinical Psychologist, Victoria)

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  • Professor Mark Creamer (Vic-based clinical psychologist)

 

 



Resources such as panellist biographies, case study, presenter slides and supporting resources are available on the DVA At-Ease Professional website.

 

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