Counseling Military Families
By Lynn K. Hall, Mary Edwards Wensch
The objectives of Counseling Military Families are to help the practicing counselor understand how the military works, what issues are constants for the military family, and what stressors are faced by the military member and the family.
Families Under Fire Systemic Therapy With Military Families
Families Under Fire fills these gaps with real-world examples, clear, concise prose, and nuts-and-bolts approaches for working with military families utilizing a systems-based practice that is effective regardless of branch of service or the practitioner’s therapeutic preference.
Healing Crisis and Trauma with Mind, Body, and Spirit
Barbara Rubin Wainrib, EdD
This book offers the educator and the practitioner training methods, exercises, and intervention techniques applicable to the gamut of experiences that we currently encounter.
Interventions Following Mass Violence and Disasters
Edited by Elspeth Cameron Ritchie, Patricia J. Watson, and Matthew J. Friedman
Grounded in the best science available, this essential volume presents practical guidelines for effective clinical intervention in the immediate, intermediate, and long-term aftermath of large-scale traumatic events.
Living and Surviving in Harm's Way
Edited by Sharon Morgillo Freeman, Bret A Moore, Arthur Freeman
In Living and Surviving in Harm's Way, experts investigate the psychological impact of how warriors live and survive in combat duty.
Mass Trauma and Violence
Nancy Boyd Webb
This book describes a range of effective ways to help children and families cope with major traumatic experiences such as community violence, war, and terrorist attacks.
Carrie Kennedy, PhD and Jeffrey Moore, PhD
This text covers the unique features of neuropsychological evaluations in the military.
Edited by Carrie H. Kennedy and Eric A. Zillmer
During wartime, the need for mental health professionals intensifies, and the role they play is increasingly important. This comprehensive professional reference and text presents crucial knowledge for anyone who provides direct psychological services or consultation to military, law enforcement, or intelligence personnel, or who works to enhance operational readiness.
Treating Young Veterans Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy
Diann Kelly, PhD, LMSW (Editor) Sydney Barksdale, PhD, JD (Editor) David Gitelson, PhD, LCSW (Editor)
This professional and clinical resource examines the concerns, needs, and strengths of young servicemen and women who repeatedly transition between active duty to civilian life.