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!
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We've reached the end of another week, but before we get to the long holiday weekend we've got the latest CDP News update. Today, Dr. Paula Domenici is delivering our UC4 presentation at the University of Hawaii - Manoa. Speaking of our UC4, we'll also be headed to the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, where Dr. Ted Bonar will speak.
It’s Friday again and that means it’s time for the latest CDP News roundup. This week was a bit chaotic with Hurricane Sandy tangling things up early in the week, but we still kept quite busy! Our Executive Director, Dr. David Riggs was in southern California presenting to the Center for Innovation and Research on Veteran and Military Families. He wasn’t the only one out west either. Dr. Ted Bonar was presenting our UC4 course at the University of California Davis.
As we wrap up another week, it’s time for the latest batch of news from around the CDP. Several of our staff spent the week in Salt Lake City for the latest version of our 1-week training course, “Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and Their Families.” Big thanks to them and all of the participants for a great session!
As we reach the end of another week, it's time for the latest CDP News. The CDP frequently receives questions regarding upcoming dates and locations for our 1-week civilian training program, "Addressing the Psychological Needs of Warriors and Their Families." In order to facilitate planning for interested individuals, we are posting a tentative list of our scheduled trainings for 2013.