Here’s the second monthly column for Counseling Today, the official professional publication of the American Counseling Association. Many mental health providers think of service members, veterans, and military family members as one large group, but as today’s article describes, its much more complicated than that.
From Combat to Counseling: Characteristics of the military affiliated population
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