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Caring for the military : a guide for helping professionals / edited by Joan Beder, DSW.

Contributor(s): Beder, Joan, 1944- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, [2016]Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317312574; 1317312570.Subject(s): Soldiers -- Mental health services -- United States | Veterans -- Mental health -- United States | Veterans -- Mental health services -- United States | Families of military personnel -- Services for -- United States | Veteran reintegration -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Caring for the military.DDC classification: 362.860973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
PART I: The World of the Military: Culture and Transitions -- 1. Military cultural competency / Yvette Branson -- 2. Military culture and veteran transition / Jose E. Coll and Eugenia L. Weiss -- PART II: Special Populations -- 3. Homeless veterans / Carissa van den Berk-Clark and David L. Albright -- 4. Women service members and veterans / Anne G. Sadler, Michelle A. Mengeling, Sarah S. Fraley and Brittany D. Martin -- 5. Older veterans / Kari L. Fletcher, David L. Albright, Kimberly A. Rorie and Alexandria M. Lewis -- 6. Military families : strengths and concerns : reintegration and beyond / Eugenia L. Weiss, Deborah Hino, Julie Canfield and David L. Albright -- 7. The impact of war and deployments on young military-connected children / Eugenia L. Weiss, Don Moncrief, Tara DeBraber and David L. Albright -- 8. Caring for caregivers : understanding and helping those who support the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan / Ilysa R. Michelson Cory Chen -- 9. Understanding our military survivors of sexual assault / Kristi L. Mueller -- 10. Sexual and gender minority veterans / Sandra Laski and David L. Albright -- PART III: Clinical Challenges and Perspectives -- 11. Veterans and suicide : risk factors, assessment, and treatment / Christie Jackson -- 12. Traumatic brain injury from blast explosions : applications for non-DoD/VA mental health clinicians / George M. Cuesta -- 13. Working with military nurses and their family systems / Pauline A. Swiger, Eric S. Graybill and Diane L. Vaccarell -- 14. Treating co-occurring conditions in the returning warrior / Jeffrey S. Yarvis, Gabrielle N. Bryen and Hannah Stryker-Thomas -- 15. Occupational therapy for our military : challenges and roles / Kristen Leigh Maisano and Joan Beder -- 16. Moral injury / Joan Beder -- 17. Tele-behavioral health / Julie M. Landry-Poole, Lynette Pujol and Bret A. Moore -- 18. Traditional and whole health and patient-centered care at the Veterans Health Administration : an overview / Grace W. Yan -- 19. The cost of caring / Charles R. Figley and Joan Beder.
Summary: With overseas deployment scaling down in recent years, helping professionals need practical tools for working with servicemen and women returning from deployment. Caring for the Military, with its case studies and clinical discussions, is indispensable for social workers and other helping professionals working with these populations. Leading experts contribute chapters on the challenges faced by reintegrating members of the military, including returning to a family, entering the workforce, and caring for those with PTSD, TBI, and moral injury. This text also features unique chapters on telemental health, multidisciplinary settings, and caregiver resiliency.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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PART I: The World of the Military: Culture and Transitions -- 1. Military cultural competency / Yvette Branson -- 2. Military culture and veteran transition / Jose E. Coll and Eugenia L. Weiss -- PART II: Special Populations -- 3. Homeless veterans / Carissa van den Berk-Clark and David L. Albright -- 4. Women service members and veterans / Anne G. Sadler, Michelle A. Mengeling, Sarah S. Fraley and Brittany D. Martin -- 5. Older veterans / Kari L. Fletcher, David L. Albright, Kimberly A. Rorie and Alexandria M. Lewis -- 6. Military families : strengths and concerns : reintegration and beyond / Eugenia L. Weiss, Deborah Hino, Julie Canfield and David L. Albright -- 7. The impact of war and deployments on young military-connected children / Eugenia L. Weiss, Don Moncrief, Tara DeBraber and David L. Albright -- 8. Caring for caregivers : understanding and helping those who support the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan / Ilysa R. Michelson Cory Chen -- 9. Understanding our military survivors of sexual assault / Kristi L. Mueller -- 10. Sexual and gender minority veterans / Sandra Laski and David L. Albright -- PART III: Clinical Challenges and Perspectives -- 11. Veterans and suicide : risk factors, assessment, and treatment / Christie Jackson -- 12. Traumatic brain injury from blast explosions : applications for non-DoD/VA mental health clinicians / George M. Cuesta -- 13. Working with military nurses and their family systems / Pauline A. Swiger, Eric S. Graybill and Diane L. Vaccarell -- 14. Treating co-occurring conditions in the returning warrior / Jeffrey S. Yarvis, Gabrielle N. Bryen and Hannah Stryker-Thomas -- 15. Occupational therapy for our military : challenges and roles / Kristen Leigh Maisano and Joan Beder -- 16. Moral injury / Joan Beder -- 17. Tele-behavioral health / Julie M. Landry-Poole, Lynette Pujol and Bret A. Moore -- 18. Traditional and whole health and patient-centered care at the Veterans Health Administration : an overview / Grace W. Yan -- 19. The cost of caring / Charles R. Figley and Joan Beder.

With overseas deployment scaling down in recent years, helping professionals need practical tools for working with servicemen and women returning from deployment. Caring for the Military, with its case studies and clinical discussions, is indispensable for social workers and other helping professionals working with these populations. Leading experts contribute chapters on the challenges faced by reintegrating members of the military, including returning to a family, entering the workforce, and caring for those with PTSD, TBI, and moral injury. This text also features unique chapters on telemental health, multidisciplinary settings, and caregiver resiliency.

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