Treating Young Veterans Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy
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Description: This professional and clinical resource examines the concerns, needs, and strengths of young servicemen and women making the transition from active duty to veteran status and civilian life. A unique and timely resource, it covers an array of important topics concerning these young veterans, including health and mental health issues, homelessness, employment, education, and more. It is an ideal resource for military social workers, psychologists, and other mental health professionals, as well as social service agents and VA administrators. Key Topics: The impact of combat trauma Reintegration of veterans with special populations Veterans and family life Policy and advocacy for young veterans Strategies for aiding, supporting, and engaging young veterans
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $55.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Today's Young Veterans: Serving a Resilient Community|
|Assessment and Practice Approaches to Promote Resilience|
|The Contextual Challenges for Young Veterans|
|Living Beyond the Intersection of War Theater and Home: Protective Factors for Healthy Reintegration|
|Trauma and the Developmental Course of PTSD Postdeployment|
|The Burden of Combat: Cognitive Dissonance in Iraq War Veterans|
|Veterans-by-Proxy: Amending Loss of Self Among the Children of Combat Veterans|
|Outreach and Practice with Specialized Communities|
|Coming Home: Examining the Homecoming Experiences of Young Veterans|
|Beyond Words: Homeless Veterans Who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan|
|Tragedy, Loss, and Triumph After Combat: A Portrait of Young Women Veteran Survivors of Sexual and Combat Trauma|
|Living in Transition: Young Veterans' Health and the Postdeployment Shift to Family Life|
|Advocacy Practice to Promote young Veterans' Well-Being|
|Ensuring Equality After the War for the National Guard and Reserve Forces: Revisiting the Yellow Ribbon Initiative|
|Managing the Return to the Workplace: Reservists Navigating the Stormy Seas of the Homeland|
|Veterans' Courts and Criminal Responsibility: A Problem-Solving History and Approach to the Liminality of Combat Trauma|
|The First Responders' Bridge to Protecting Veterans: A Social Worker's Design on Street Reach|
|The 21st-century Veteran and the 19th-century Pension Code: Why the VA Claims Process Is a Steam Engine in an E-Universe|
|Epilogue: Meeting the Need and Respecting the Voice: Our Final Words|