About the Event
The Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference will welcome experts from across the country to discuss research and interventions that best support the military and veteran community, with a special emphasis on community and peer support.
This event is intended for providers, researchers, and social work or behavioral health professionals working to support the military and veteran community.
Learn more about the conference and register to attend.
All in-person and virtual attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 11 CEUs.
Email Molly Platz for more information.
Day 1, June 12: Evening poster reception at the LBJ Presidential Library.
Day 1 & 2, June 12-13: General conference sessions on social justice and inclusion, PTSD, TBI, moral injury, military to civilian transition, family supports, substance use, suicide prevention and more.
Day 3, June 14: Military behavioral health short course for active-duty behavioral health providers with additional CEUS. Day 3 will facilitate discussion groups on key topics for general attendees.
For those who are not able to attend the in-person event, a single virtual track will be offered June 12-13. Attendees will also be able to earn 11 CEUs. A Zoom link will be sent to those who register in the weeks leading up to the event.
Active duty service members attending the Day 3 Military Behavioral Health Short course on June 14 will also be able to join virtually.