The organizers did immediate post-activity evaluations and followed up with a six- to 12-month post-activity survey. As Grissom points out, they knew that a one-day course wouldn’t make participants accomplished cognitive behavioral therapists—the point was more to provide an introduction to PTSD and TBI for returning military personnel, and to show how to get more detailed military-specific training on the topic. The results showed that it helped build awareness of the ...

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