Cognitive Therapy for Moral Injury in PTSD Webinar, Dr Hannah Murray, 3rd June - 2-4pm.
This webinar was hosted by Dr Hannah Murray, a Research Clinical Psychologist, currently based at the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma (OxCADAT). She is involved in developing, evaluating and disseminating treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and has a particular interest in severe and complex presentations and in developing treatments for clinical problems related to PTSD, such as moral injury and survivor guilt. She also supervises and teaches widely on working clinically with trauma survivors.
This webinar supported attendees to:
Recognise moral injury reactions in people exposed to traumatic events
Formulate moral injury in people with PTSD within a cognitive model
Adapt trauma focussed cognitive therapy (TF-CBT) for PTSD to address moral injury
Address questions and concerns that you may have adapting cognitive therapy for moral injury
Accessing this webinar:
This event is in the past, however access is available to the slides and a recording of the webinar, provided you meet the following criteria:
You are providing psychological therapies support for health and social care staff or
You are a clinician working in mental health services who is currently using TF CBT with adults and
Has formal CBT training and regularly uses specialist trauma focused CBT interventions and
Are supervised by a suitably qualified psychological therapist
If you meet these criteria then please contact Psychology@nes.scot.nhs.uk to access the slides and the webinar. Please note these slides & the recording should only be accessed by the person requesting access and not distributed more widely.
Please find below a number of resources relevant to the webinar:
- Moral Injury outcome Scale
- Murray & Ehlers (2021) -Cognitive therapy for moral injury in post-traumatic stress disorder
- Gray et al (2012) - Adaptive Disclosure: An Open Trial of a Novel Exposure-Based Intervention for Service Members With Combat-Related Psychological Stress Injuries
- Litz et al (2009) - Moral injury and moral repair in war veterans: A preliminary model and intervention strategy