Under the direction of Rev. Rita Nakashima Brock, Ph.D. and named for Jonathan Shay, the Shay Moral Injury Center at Volunteers of America aims to deepen understanding about moral injury. The center builds upon our work, spanning more than a century, of helping veterans and others who live with this emotional trauma.
Shay Moral Injury Center
Understanding The Struggle with Identity and Meaning
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Moral Injury and Pathways to Recovery Conference
Join us May 29-31, 2019, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles for a conference designed to deepen one's knowledge about moral injury and to increase competence in recovery strategies and to strengthen collaborative networks. Come experience three days of intensive learning, multicultural engagement, spirituality and ritual, networking, and professional development.
Moral Injury Frequently Asked Questions
Learn what causes moral injury, what the symptoms are, how it differs from PTSD, what the best treatment is, whether or not it only applies to soldiers, and how you can help a loved one suffering from it.
- For questions, or for more information, about moral injury please contact Rita Brock.
- Phone: (703) 341-5000
- For media-related inquires, please contact David Burch.
- Phone: (703) 341-5054