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From post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to traumatic brain injury (TBI), military veterans returning from conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are on the front lines at home when it comes to critical need for specialized psychological services.
In this article for the Daily Herald’s “Mental Health Month” special section, Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., associate professor and coordinator of the Adler School’s Psy.D. track in military clinical psychology, says, “Today’s conflicts mean a high-stress environment.” He describes how the modern combat environment “can put anyone over the edge,” and how training mental health professionals to provide military psychoeducational services will help address today’s growing needs of veterans returning home from combat.
Click here to read “Demand for mental health services rises for veterans.” (Note: This link provides an abstract; subscription required to read the full article).
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