Few people have been with 10,000 dying veterans. Five VA hospice nurses have. What these nurses witnessed is
providing lessons for the rest of the world. The lessons are about how to attain personal peace, and ironically, these
lessons have come from people who were trained for war and from people who were dying. The nurses discovered a
phenomenon that has is now identified as “Soul Injury.”
This 8hr-program will be broken into four distinct modules:
Soul Injury: A Wound to Your Sense of BEing
Liberating Unmourned Loss and Hurt
Fear of Helplessness and Loss of Control
Dare to Forgive!
Who should attend? Child protection advocates, mental health providers, victim advocates, educators, domestic violence
staff, child-care workers, social workers, first responders, nurses, nursing students and other medical professionals.
CEs will be provided for nurses, social workers, and licensed mental health professionals.
Registration Link: https://web.spcollege.edu/survey/34878
For registration assistance contact: Brown.Kathi@spcollege.edu 727-344-8027
This project is supported by Award K05404 through the
Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice
Programs. Sponsored by St. Petersburg College, Center
for Public Safety Innovation (CPSI), and the State of
Florida, Office of the Attorney General.