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Military Children and Families: Strengths and Challenges During Peace and War
Throughout history, military children and families have shown great capacity for adaptation and resilience. However, in recent years, unprecedented lengthy and multiple combat deployments of service...
The Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program: Family skills component.
Field combat stress clinics and research have identified the signature event that precedes thoughts of suicide and homicide in combat soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan: a distressing personal...
Determinants of Health-Promoting Behaviors in Military Spouses During Deployment Separation
The purpose of this research was to describe predictors of participation in health-promoting behaviors among military spouses. A total of 105 female spouses of currently deployed active duty military...
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...
Considerations for the Effects of Military Deployment on Children and Families.
Children of deployed military personnel represent a unique subculture in the United States. While many children exhibit high levels of resiliency, others will struggle with the impact of a parent who...
Clinical Work with Traumatized Young Children
Presenting crucial knowledge and state-of-the-art treatment approaches for working with young children affected by trauma, this book is an essential resource for mental health professionals and child...
Families Under Stress: An Assessment of Data, Theory, and Research on Marriage and Divorce in the Military
The authors evaluate the impact of military service and frequent deployments on military marriages and divorces; look for a broader theory of the success and failure of military marriages, present...
National Guard Families After Combat: Mental Health, Use of Mental Health Services, and Perceived Treatment Barriers
ObjectiveNational Guard forces have deployed in large numbers to Iraq and Afghanistan since September 11, 2001. The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to assess mental health symptoms...
Caring for Families with Deployment Stress
This article describes how nurses can make a difference in the lives of military families. Would you be able to provide a military spouse with the information she needs to access available resources...
When a Parent Goes to War: Effects of Parental Deployment on Very Young Children and Implications for Intervention
Young children (birth through 5 years of age) are disproportionately represented in U.S. military families with a deployed parent. Because of their developmental capacity to deal with prolonged...
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