"The Long War Comes Home Mitigating Risk and Promoting Resilience in Military Children and Families."
This article examines factors related to recent study findings of increases in military childrenís vulnerability as well as factors that promote resilience to the stressors associated with deployment.
A Civilian Counselorís Primer for Counseling Veterans, 2nd edition
This primer is intended to educate civilian counselors and other health care professionals on military culture, signs of distress among military personnel and families, and how to establish a...
Army Comprehensive Transition Plan (for Warrior in Transition)
To support each Warrior in Transitionís (WTís) return to the force or transition to Veteran status, the Army created a systematic framework called the Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP). The CTP is...
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...
Combat and Operational Behavioral Health
This volume of the Textbooks of Military Medicine series, covers all aspects of behavioral health in the military population, including traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress syndrome, combat...
Community-based Networks Helping wiith Reintegration
Military Family Community Network Power Point Presentation A community effort to understand, prevent and help deal with the effects of war on service members, their families & communities. Together...
Depression After Brain Injury: A Guide for Patients and Their Caregivers
This guide is right for you if you have experienced a mild, moderate, or severe injury to your brain due to a sudden trauma. This guide is for you even if: you did not see a doctor at the time of the...
Effects of Soldiers' Deployment on Children's Academic Performance and Behavioral Health
Long and frequent deployments, with short dwell times in between, have placed stresses on Army children and families already challenged by frequent moves and parental absences. RAND Arroyo Center was...
Evidence-based treatments for PTSD, new directions, and special challenges
This paper provides a current review of existing evidence-based treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with a description of psychopharmacologic options, prolonged exposure therapy...
How Is Deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan Affecting U.S. Service Members and Their Families? An Overview of Early RAND Research on the Topic.
The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, which have extended over the past decade, have put Americaís all-volunteer force to its most severe test since its inception in 1973. In this environment of...
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