Health Promotion and Education
Behavioral Health Webinars 

Health Promotion and Wellness hosts webinars on behavioral health topics important to health care professionals. Subject matter experts highlight innovative and evidence-based programs that facilitate readiness, resilience, illness prevention, and promote lifelong healthy behaviors and lifestyles.

Events are hosted monthly on Defense Connect Online (DCO). Registration is required for credit. If you do not already have a DCO account, create one before the event. The DCO link and audio dial-in number are listed below.

Registration for CMEs external link Requires an AMEDD CME user account by physicians and other health care professionals. Click on the Activity Registration to create a user account. 

Registration for CNEs external link Requires AMEDD CNE registration by nurses. Search for Activity AR14-1225 for January webinar.





Dates listed next to each topic.
November 2014 - April 2015

1100-1200 EST

DCO link:   https://connectcol.
 external link

Audio line:

Access Code 60469#

Public Health Command Webinar Series: Tools to Enhance Behavioral Health Practice (Activity 2014-1243)

Anticipated topics will include:

Chaplain’s Role in BH System of Support                                  View a recording of this webinar at:

Deployment Mental Health: In Pictures & Data Request recording of this webinar at:

Adapting the Cognitive Triad to Combat: Using Warrior Beliefs to Mitigate Moral Injury (28 & 30 JAN)

How Army Medicine contributes to the Surveillance of Suicidal Behavior: The Public Health Practice                 (25 & 27 FEB)

Enhancing Behavioral Health Referrals with Gatekeepers & Professionals by Perception Management (25 & 27 MAR)

Military Behavioral Health Policy                           (29 APR & 1 MAY)

Behavioral Health Trends (27 & 29 MAY)

This re-occurring series of webinars is intended to encourage behavioral health professionals to apply new technologies and research or trends in their behavioral health treatment practices; and maximize multi-disciplinary resources for optimal patient care.

1. Facilitate efforts to practice standardized practice and care across the AOC.
2. Obtain internal CMEs, and promote compliance with licensing requirements.
3. Increase staff involvement and demonstrate increased interaction between behavioral health professionals, SMEs, and leaders.
4. Apply current best practices in military behavioral health services in patient care efforts.
5. Apply a multidisciplinary team approach to implement targeted programs and services in support of the System for Health.

 Previous Webinars

NOTE: You must have a DCO account to view recordings. It may take several minutes to connect and upload.

13 Feb 2014  Training for MMPI-2-RF (Part 1) Identify the 51 scales of the MMPI-2-R external link
Be sure to turn your volume on your speakers and computer setting to maximum as the recording is very quiet.
Viewing recording does not provide CME credit.

5 Nov 2013 Does Adult Attachment Style Predict Level of Burn Pain? external link 
Viewing recording does not provide CME credit.

2 July 2013  Post Deployment Persistent Post Concussive Syndrome external link
Viewing recording does not provide CME credit.

4 June 2013  Killing Versus Witnessing Trauma, Implications for Development of PTSD in Combat Medics external link Viewing recording does not provide CME credit.

These activities have been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the U.S. Army Medical Command and Public Health Command. The U.S. Army Medical Command is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The U.S. Army Medical Command designates these Live Activities for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.TM Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity, i.e., log in and participate on the day of the live presentation.

Defense Center of Excellence on Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) Webinar Series 2015

There are two webinars each month, one focusing on psychological health and the other on traumatic brain injury.            The webinars are open to the public and are intended for health care providers, residents and interns, researchers, academicians, scientists, service members, families, veterans, DoD services and agencies and other DoD partners, such as Department of Veterans Affairs.  Webinar dates and topics external link -  All webinars are scheduled from 1300-1430 ET. 

Registration and continuing education information external link  Information on the presenters and learning objectives is available about two weeks prior to the event.  Upon completion of registration, a confirmation email will be sent providing webinar event details.

Many behavioral health providers are beginning to incorporate modern technologies into the psychotherapy relationship and process, often at the encouragement of patients who bring apps and downloaded Internet material into clinical settings. This presentation will articulate various opportunities for enhancing the therapeutic impact inherent in several current technologies including web and mobile applications, simulations and distance collaboration technologies and will highlight the necessary steps for moving forward with an integrated model of behavioral health care.

During this webinar participants will learn to:

  • Understand and articulate reasons why the standard of practice in behavioral health does not currently incorporate the use of modern technologies to include web and mobile applications and distance collaboration technologies
  • Describe some promising opportunities for improving behavioral health care through the use of these technologies as an adjunct to standard treatment
  • Outline the steps needed for moving forward with the integration of these technologies into their standard practice

Continuing Education

Continuing education credit is available from Duke Medicine. You must register on or before  3 p.m. (EST) the day of the webinar to qualify for the receipt of continuing education credit. DCoE webinars offer credit hours through the Southern Regional Area Health Education Center for counselors, psychology and social work in addition to AMA, ANCC and IACET credit. Please take time to update your learning profile in the Duke Medicine Learning Management System to obtain the appropriate certificate for this event.  Additionally since September 2014 for Psychology: This activity complies with all of the continuing education criteria identified through the American Psychological Association (APA) Continuing Education Requirements.

To qualify for receipt of continuing education credit for applicable webinars, eligible participants must create a profile in the Duke Medicine Learning Management System and register for the event on, or before, the event registration deadline. Complete responses to all pre-registration questions are required to be eligible to receive credit for attending this event. For guidance on creating a user account and event registration in the Duke Medicine Learning Management System site, please visit

Please note:  DCoE's awarding of continuing education credit is limited in scope to health care providers who actively provide psychological health and traumatic brain injury care to U.S. active-duty service members, reservists, National Guardsmen, military veterans and/or their families. For details, please visit:

Upon completion of registration, a confirmation email will be sent providing webinar event details.  If your network security settings do not allow access to the Duke Medicine website, use another network or device to access the registration page. Once registered, you may use Adobe Connect or Defense Connect Online to attend the webinar.   

VA/DOD/USPHS Social Work Training Series - Virtual Conferences

This program series takes place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month via the program's assigned Adobe Connect link and audio dial-in and access code. 

  • February 11, 2015 @ 1300 ET- USPHS Perspective-Behavioral Health Support of an Ebola Treatment Unit (USPHS Lead)
  • March 11, 2015 @ 1300 - Self-Care for Clinicians:  Preventing Burnout (VHA Lead)
  • April 8 , 2015 @1300 - Topic TBD (Army lead)
  • May 13, 2015 @ TBD - Evidence Based Therapies of the 21st Century: Mindfulness, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Schema Focused Therapy (Navy Lead)
  • June 10, 2015 @ 1300 - Topic TBD (AF Lead)
  • July 8, 2015 @1300 - Workplace Safety for Clinicians (VHA Lead)
  • August 12, @ 1300 - Topic TBD (USPHS Lead)
  • September 9, 2015 @1300 - Topic TBD (Army Lead)
  • October 8, 2015 @1300 -   NMCP Crisis Stabilization Program: A Step Up and A Step Down (Navy Lead)

Federal Partnership:  This course is jointly offered by the Department of Defense, U.S. Public Health Service, and Veterans Health Administration, Employee Education System (VHA EES).  The VHA EES partners with clients in VHA's program offices, Veterans Integrated Service Networks and facilities to provide quality workforce education and training that facilitates excellence in health care for our nation's Veterans.  

Series Purpose Statement:  The VA/DOD/USPHS Social Work Training series focuses on evidence based clinical practices, programs and services provided by VA, DOD and USPHS social workers and nurses.  These trainings are designed to be used in the development of new models of practice and skill in areas of innovative clinical practice, deployment, reintegration, research, and education in their work with Veterans, Servicemembers, families, children and caregivers.

Target Audience: This program series is primarily intended for all VHA, DOD and USPHS Social Workers and Nurses involved in the care of Servicemembers, Veterans and their families.

Accreditations: ANCC, ASWB, CA BBS 

Adobe Connect Link:  Participants with computer speakers can use Adobe Connect to receive audio through the computer (VoIP) or dial 1-800-767-1750, Access Code 49114#.

Non-VA Participant Instructions:

  • No preregistration is needed for Non-VA participants
  • All Non-VA participants seeking CMEs will need to complete and email the program’s fillable Non-VA Evaluation Form within 30 days of the training
  • This Non-VA Evaluation Form can be downloaded directly from the Adobe Connect webinar towards the end of the training
  • Read the evaluation instructions on page 2 of the form for details on submitting the Non-VA Eval Form
  • Your certificate will be sent to you using the email address provided on your evaluation form
  • Questions or concerns should be sent to the Evaluation Processing Center (EPC) by email at