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Supporting Military Parent and Child Adjustment to Deployments and Separations With Filial Therapy
Parental deployment can have a significant impact on children's psychological, behavioral, and physical well-being. Although most children are resilient, researchers agree that long periods of...
Guide to VA Mental Health Services for Veterans & Families
This brochure describes the guiding principles of VA mental health care, how to find VA mental health care and the different treatment settings where VA offers mental health care, such as hospitals...
Treating Young Veterans Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy
Many veterans unsuccessfully attempt to self-manage their mental and physical health needs. This volume examines the multiple challenges awaiting the new generation of young veterans returning to...
Children of Military Service Members Resource Guide
Deployment not only affects our military service members individually, but also has a significant effect on their families, especially the children. From toddlers to teenagers, children may face...
Joint Mental Health Advisory Team 7 (J-MHAT 7) Operation Enduring Freedom 2010 Afghanistan
During July and August 2010, Soldiers and Marines in randomly selected maneuver units completed the anonymous J-MHA T 7 survey. In total, 911 surveys were collected from 40 Army maneuver unit...
Military Families: Access to Care for Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, Veterans, Their Families and Those Close to Them (Audio CD)
Explores the nature and scope of substance use and mental disorders among military service members. Examines the strength of the system to address these problems and efforts underway to improve our...
Developing community capacity to treat post-deployment mental health problems: A public health initiative.
Meeting the mental health needs of Veterans returning from recent deployment requires the coordinated effort of partnerships across Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)...
Evaluating transdiagnostic treatment for distress and impairment in veterans: A multi-site randomized controlled trial of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Military personnel who engaged in the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq frequently present for mental health care because of the stresses of service and readjustment. Although excellent treatments...
Deployment and Mental Health Diagnoses Among Children of US Army Personnel
Study Objective: To characterize the risk of mental health diagnoses among children of US military personnel associated with parental deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and...
CIR Policy Brief: Violence in Families Impacted by Military Service
In this policy brief, the authors discuss the U.S. justice system's need to consider the effects of combat service, traumatic brain injury (TBI), reintegration difficulties, and post traumatic stress...
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