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Mental Health for Military Populations: Core Clinical Competencies for Treating Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families
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Further Reading and Listening
Atuel, H. R., & Castro, C. A. (2018). Military cultural competence. Clinical Social Work Journal, 46(2), 74-82.
Bliese, P. D., Wright, K. M., Adler, A. B., Thomas, J. L., & Hoge, C. W. (2007). Timing of postcombat mental health assessments. Psychological Services, 4(3), 141.
Brunger, H., Serrato, J., & Ogden, J. (2013). “No man’s land”: the transition to civilian life. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 5(2), 86-100.
Carter, T. T., & Watson, T. I. (2018). Infusing Military Culture into Counselor Education. Military and Government Counseling, 2165, 155.
Johnson, W. B., Grasso, I., & Maslowski, K. (2010). Conflicts between ethics and law for military mental health providers. Military Medicine, 175(8), 548-553.
Prosek, E., Burgin, E., Atkins, K., Wehrman, J., Fenell, D., Carter, C., & Green, L. (2018). Competencies for Counseling Military Populations. Journal of Military and Government Counseling, 87-99.
Smith, R. T., & True, G. (2014). Warring identities: Identity conflict and the mental distress of American veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Society and mental Health, 4(2), 147-161.
Do you want to learn more about Veteran Mental Health? Check out the two Head Space and Timing Books
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