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Identifying and Building Upon Strengths in Military Families

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Kimberly Greder, Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Extension and Outreach Specialist,

Dept. of Human Development and Family Studies, Iowa State University

David Brown, Ph.D.
LMFT Wing Director of Psychological Health, 132nd Fighter Wing, Air National Guard

• A 60-minute web conference on building strengths in military families
• Hear from Military and Extension family experts
• Learn about primary research related to family strengths and specific strategies to help military families promote family well-being
• Share your experiences and ideas through this interactive session
• For more in-depth information about what will be discussed, see the link to “NebGuide: Creating a Strong Family”
• 100 Ways to Celebrate Your Family
• Identifying and Building Family Strengths - presentation slides - or

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