June 29 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT
The final course of the series addresses the specific work of social justice advocacy among family service providers, in the context of military families and their health and well-being. Military service can further complicate both equitable service access and families’ lived experiences given the strains of deployment, combat, reintegration, PCSing, and injury. Incorporating both a personal and professional lens, examine the concept of belonging and inclusion through a framework of self-care, healing, and resilience. Reflect on and identify strategies for using your discretionary power/sphere of influence to incorporate social justice and well-being practices for military families as families navigate the additional complexities of military service.