PTSD Certification Test
PTSD Test Questions compiled by David Apperson, Vets Helping Vets Command Sergeant Major; Dr. Vernon Gotcher, Phd; Dr. Bridget Cantrell, Phd; Dr. Anthony Fornito, MD; and David Finkelstein, Stanford MBA
Experience of these individuals have a combined total of 75+ years dealing with traumatic events involving EMTs, First Responders, Police, Rape Victims, Military Personnel and Veterans.
Once you pass the test you will have the opportunity to become a Certified PTSD Examiner - Life Members with Vets Helping Vets get 50% off the cost !
Remember, you can take the test as many times as need until you earn an A+ and have become qualified in the basics of Post-traumatic Stress ... Once you have passed the test you will be given the option of being nationally certified in PTSD observation and counseling depending on your medical and/or educational background, as career and/or job advancement.
- Children and Family Services, Counseling, Coroners, Emergency Room Employees, Family Relations, Mental Health, Psychiatrist, Psychology, Psychologist, Military NCOs and Officers, Police, VA Employees and
- Those who deal with Child Abuse, Homicides, Rape and/or Robbery Victims and other Traumatic Events witnessed by First Responders
Veteran Service Officers (VSOs) are encouraged to take this course as it will help you understand how to better prepare and file a PTSD Claim with the Dept of Veterans Affairs.
Don't worry if it takes you two hours, two days, two weeks or even two months to complete test. What is important is that the answers and solutions become ingrained in your heart and in your soul -
In other words, on completion of test you are better at handling those with Post-traumatic Stress !