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  • CDP Offers One Week Training for Civilian Mental Health Providers

    As the new year begins, the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) is gearing up for its one week training courses, which are designed specifically for civilian mental health providers who are going to be working with service members and their families. CDP offers a number of different kinds of training courses for both active duty health professionals and for civilians, but the civilian provider training is becoming increasingly important.

  • Toolkit for Resilience

    One question that frequently comes up from both warriors and their loved ones – how can I build resilience and reduce risk? Check out this simple tool. I call it the Toolkit for Resilience – or T4R.

    Seven short questions – here goes:

    1. Got stress?
    2. Got pain?
    3. Got fuel?
    4. Got sleep?
    5. Got friends?
    6. Got heart?
    7. Got soul?

    Chow, sleep, friends, heart and soul build resilience – the habits and actions that allow us to adapt successfully and grow stronger in the face of adversity.

  • DCoE Marks Anniversary

    We recently held an Open House to mark the first year anniversary of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE). During these past 12 months, DCoE has grown from an idea into a burgeoning organization devoted to fulfilling America’s commitment to all who support and defend our nation’s freedom.

  • DCoE Launches Blog

    Hi, I’m Brig. Gen. Loree Sutton, director of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE). Welcome to our DCoE blog! As a soldier and psychiatrist, I am privileged to direct DCoE to build resilience, foster recovery and enhance reintegration.

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