Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder & Suicide Prevention

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By Community Editor

West Suburban Medical Center is proud to present Post-Traumatic Stress disorder & Suicide Prevention.

Featuring our honored guest from the United States Department of Defense, Office of Warrior Care Policy.

Mr.James D. Rodriguez, M.A., deputy Assistant Secretary of defense

Army Colonel Irwin Lenefsky, M.S., Ph.D. Behavioral Health Consultant

Thursday, November 10

7:30 am Registration

8 am- 10 am Presentation

West Suburban Medical Center Lecture Hall

Recognizing the signs and symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder especially in our military men and women can be a first step in curbing the alarming suicide rate in our veterans. Whether we personally or professionally engaging with our service members, this special event will highlight the need for more awareness and behavioral health in our communities. This program will also assist you in identifying non-military members who may also be experiencing PTSD from event in their life.

 

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