Mental Health Professional Track

Caregiver Resources

Learn what resources are available to help your clients beyond your own doors.  Find solutions from those working in the trenches including the Department of Veteran Affairs and hardworking non-profits including Give An Hour.  Arm your arsenal to help those surviving and thriving in Life After Combat with the best resources available and hear directly from them where their specialties are so you know your recommendations will be the very best you can offer.

Caregiver Panel

Speak directly with caregivers as they talk to you about the realities of what caregiving can really do to your mental health.   This panel features top veteran caregiver bloggers including Torrey Shannon, Kat Honaker (a.k.a. Uncle Sam’s Mistress) and Ashley Lambert-Wise of Battling Bare as they open up and share with you their struggles and how they overcame them.  Learn what’s really going on, what caregivers are afraid to tell you and why, and how to best help those living in Life After Combat directly from their own mouths.

Beyond the Caregiver

Join Beau Chatham, CEO of Warrior Life Coach and a former U.S. Army Infantry officer, as he discusses his revolutionary techniques for helping not only veterans, but caregivers and veteran families as well.  When a warrior is on track mentally, his caregiver’s burden significantly decreases.  Learn how Beau is helping families with his revolutionary R.E.C.O.N. technique survive and thrive in Life After Combat.

Facts and Trends from the Trenches

This frank discussion comes straight from the “front lines” of Family of a Vet’s staff on what they see happening, what the up and coming trends are in veteran and caregiver care, and how you need to be ready to serve that community.  Learn how to help families with these crisis issues and have the opportunity to pick the brains of those working with these families and helping them through Life After Combat.

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