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Chat Night with Dr. Bridget Cantrell Updated November 20, 2013
The next chat night with Dr. Bridget Cantrell is Thursday, December 12, 2013, from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Central Standard Time. The topic of discussion is combat recovery and warrior transitioning. Military personnel and spouses, parents or other adult family members who would like to learn more about PTSD and warrior transitioning are invited to attend. The format is a structured online chat. The discussion groups are held in the MarineParents.com online chat room.
Click here to access the chat room. You must scroll to the bottom of the page to enter. The chat will be held in the “Guest Speaker Room,” and there will be a moderator there to assist you.
If you miss a chat, you can click here to listen to Dr. Cantrell’s broadcasts about Combat Recovery and warrior transitioning on iTunes.
Dr. Cantrell and Chuck Dean co-authored the books Downrange: To Iraq and Back and Once a Warrior: Wired for Life. Dr. Cantrell is a licensed psychologist with a primary focus on working with combat veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Cantrell is also the founder of Hearts Toward Home, an organization to help military families adjust to life after combat. Click here to purchase books online.
To access archived chats, click the links in the box to the right.
Homecoming Workbook: Hearts On the Home Front
Written by Cantrell and Dean, this workbook is designed to be used in group settings, but it’s also useful to prepare family members for homecoming and changes you might expect in your loved one. Click here to download the workbook.