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Suicide Prevention Resources for Military Families
No warrior or military family is alone. If you are concerned that a service member or veteran in your family is considering harming or killing him/herself, free resources are immediately available to...
Trauma-Focused CBT for Traumatic Grief in Military Children
Although military children are typically as resilient as the general child population, the ongoing conflict has exposed military children to unusual stressors such as repeated deployment, severe...
Opportunities for School Psychologists Working With Children of Military Families
This article provides an overview demographic information on today’s military families, the research on how parental deployment affects youth, specific tips for how school psychologists can support...
The Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention: Secondary prevention for youth at risk of developing PTSD
Objective: This pilot study evaluated the effectiveness of a four-session, caregiver–child Intervention, the Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI), to prevent the development of...
Veteran Parenting Toolkit: Together Building Strong Families
Five age-based parenting toolkits for Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom Veterans and their partners. Each parenting toolkit addresses the following topics: •Did you know?
Correspondence from Abroad: Caring for Troops When Transition Is a Way of Life
Nursing at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany: • A TRAUMA CENTER AND MORE • ALL TRANSITION, ALL THE TIME • 'DELTA' STANDS FOR DIVERSITY • A RECIPE FOR COLLABORATION
Religious and Spiritual Issues: Family Therapy Approaches with Military Families Coping with Deployment
Exploring religious and spiritual issues in family therapy has become more commonplace over the past decade (Walsh, Spiritual resources in family therapy, 2009), but understanding how religion and...
Clinical Considerations in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders with Veterans
This article addresses issues associated with the treatment of substance use disorders (SUD) in the U.S. veteran population. First, we examine special considerations regarding the assessment of...
VA/DoD Collaboration Guidebook for Healthcare Research
The purpose of this Guidebook is to help facilitate collaborative human subject healthcare research between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD). This...
Finding Common Ground: A Toolkit for Communities Supporting Military Families
This toolkit suggests easily-achievable action items and useful resources to guide anyone who wants to support military families, but doesn’t know where to start. Identify yourself in one of the...
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