As we approach the holiday season, we're as busy as ever here at the CDP! This was an eventful week as we wrapped up the latest iteration of our "Topics in Deployment Psychology" course. We'd like to thank all our participants and presenters for making this a such a successful event. While that completes our major training events for year, we're already hard at work setting up next year's programs. We hope to bring an even bigger and better slate of training opportunities for both civilian and military behavioral health providers.
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At the same time this week, we’ve also been running a session of our “Topics in Deployment Psychology” for military providers. We’ve still got a couple of days left on that session next week. It’s a big challenge running two large-scale training events such as these at the same time, but so far it’s gone quite well!
Before we wrap up the week and the month here, we've got the latest happenings here in today's CDP News entry. It was a relatively slow week as we ramp up for next week's events, but we still managed to spend a few days down in Portsmouth, VA for a a training session. Next week will be a big one however, as we'll have multiple events around the country.
We've almost reached the end of a holiday-shortened week, but we've still got time for a roundup of this week's happenings in our latest CDP news entry. This upcoming Monday, Nov. 26, is the final day to register for our last week-long training, Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and Their Families, of the year. The training is going to take place in Blacksburg, Va. from Dec. 3-7. If you're interested in attending, sign up quick!
As we wrap up another week, it’s time for a round-up of the latest happenings in and around the Center for Deployment Psychology in our latest CDP News entry. The biggest thing to announce is the release of two new additions to our online learning catalog. This week marked the launch of our courses on “Identification, Prevention, and Treatment of Suicidal Behavior for Service Members and Veterans” and“Depression in Service Members and Veterans”. As with all of our self-paced, online classes, these are available to take for free or for a fee with continuing education credits. Check out these new topics as well as our many existing ones in the Online Courses section of our website!