Veteran Lived Experience Series: MST – The Dialogue Continues
The Veterans Health and Wellness Foundation (VHWF) in partnership with the George Mason University’s (GMU’s) Military, Veterans and Families Initiative (MVFI) presents at 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EST on 09 March 2021 – the next topic in our Veterans’ Lived Experiences Series:
Military Sexual Trauma: The Dialogue Continues
About this Event: Awareness of military sexual trauma (MST) has increased dramatically in recent years. Current reports estimate that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 50 men experience some form of MST, which ranges from threatening sexual remarks or advances to forced sexual activity, during their time in military service. These experiences can be traumatic, with extensive short- and long-term consequences. In this installment of the “Veterans’ Lived Experience” series, George Mason’s MVFI and the Veterans Health and Wellness Foundation are partnering to bring you real stories from Veterans of their experiences related to MST, together with resources and tips from mental health experts who work with service members and Veterans concerning these experiences. This is a continuation of our 09 February 2021 MST event.
Keith Renshaw, PhD., Michael D. Levy, PhD., Evelyn L. Lewis, MD, MA, FAAFP, DABDA
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