UCF RESTORES Attends Ceremony Designating Orlando as a Purple Heart City

August 3, 2018
UCF RESTORES was honored to watch Mayor Buddy Dyer officially designate Orlando as a Purple Heart City. The Purple Heart is the oldest military award still given to U.S. military members who were wounded or killed while serving. To commemorate this occasion, purple signs will be placed throughout Orlando in representation of our city’s appreciation […]
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July 27, 2018
UCF RESTORES recently hosted HG2 Emergency Lighting and Florida Highway Patrol. HG2 was here to discuss future partnership opportunities on how they can help UCF RESTORES continue to provide Trauma Management Therapy to the community.   FHP came to hear more about our REACT training. REACT (Recognize. Evaluate. Advocate. Coordinate. Track) is designed to introduce, […]
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UCF RESTORES Hosts Continuing Education Workshop

July 11, 2018
Dr. Sandra Neer, Clinical Services Director of UCF RESTORES, hosted a continuing education workshop for the Florida Psychological Association. The course aimed to inform community providers about Trauma Management Therapy, a therapeutic process that aids in the treatment of individuals, including Veterans and First Responders, who are dealing with PTSD as a result of their […]
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QLatinx Hosts LGBTQ+ Awareness Training

July 11, 2018
QLatinx hosted a training for UCF RESTORES titled Understanding Sexuality and Gender Diversity. Course content focused on terminology commonly used in the LGBTQ+ community, historical events that perpetuated the LGBTQ+ movement, and deconstructing sex, gender, and orientation binaries. While UCF RESTORES fosters an environment of diversity and inclusion, assessing our understanding of the evolving needs […]
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Visit from Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith

April 18, 2018
Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith, a strong supporter of UCF RESTORES and a primary force behind state funding, recently visited our PTSD treatment clinic. We discussed our ability to treat Pulse Survivors and the LGBTQ+ community, at no cost, due to his continued support and advocacy.
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