Ft. Hood Aftermath: The Fight for Victim Justice from a CISM Perspective – OnDemand Course

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This is a half-hour OnDemand course, originally recorded at ICISF’s 13th World Congress in May 2015.

Lead Presenter: Sherry Cardinal, LCSW, DAAETS – President & CEO, CISM International
Co-Presenter: Kimberly D. Munley, SGT (Ret.) – Dept. of the Army/Fort Hood Police Department

In the wake of the 1st Fort Hood shooting on 11/5/09 in which 13 people were murdered and 31 others wounded, lies a trail of broken promises and political correctness that still revictimizes those involved. Sgt. Kimberly Munley, who took down the shooter while being shot herself tells how these factors impacted her and her ongoing fight for victim justice.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize that leadership behavior after an event can contribute to and/or ameliorate traumatic impact;
  • Identify 3 specific leadership behaviors that contributed continued traumatization for the Fort Hood victims;
  • Determine for themselves what, if any, avenues are personally or professionally available to them for providing ongoing support to the Fort Hood victims regardless of the cultural and political climate.

Continuing Education: UMBC Training Center has awarded 0.05 Continuing Education Units for this course, based on a formula of 1 Continuing Education Unit for every 10 contact/classroom hours. Your certificate will be emailed to you upon successful completion of the course. 0.5 PDH for EAPs; 0.5 CE Credits for National Certified Addiction Counselors.

All components of this OnDemand course, including completing the test and printing your Certificate of Completion, must be completed within 21 days of your registration.