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Handbook of Military Social Work

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  • Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Foreword
    • REFERENCES
  • Preface
    • ORGANIZATION
    • EPAS CORE COMPETENCIES
    • REFERENCE
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction Understanding and Intervening With Military Personnel and Their Families: An Overview
    • REFERENCE
  • About the Editors
  • About the Contributors
  • Part I: Foundations of Social Work With Service Members and Veterans
    • Chapter 1: A Brief History of Social Work With the Military and Veterans
      • WORLD WAR I AND ITS AFTERMATH
      • WORLD WAR II AND ITS AFTERMATH
      • THE KOREAN WAR AND THE START OF THE VIETNAM WAR: 1950–1970
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 2: Military Culture and Diversity
      • INTRODUCTION
      • MILITARY CULTURAL COMPETENCE AND COUNSELING
      • MILITARY CULTURE: VALUES AND BELIEFS
      • DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF MILITARY CULTURE
      • THE MILITARY AS AN ORGANIZATION
      • COMBAT READINESS: MISSION OF THE U.S. MILITARY
      • MILITARY CULTURE AND CIVILIAN SOCIETY
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 3: Women in the Military
      • INTRODUCTION
      • GENDER
      • MILITARY-RELATED SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT
      • MARRIED WOMEN IN THE MILITARY
      • MENSES AND PREGNANCY
      • BISEXUAL AND LESBIAN SERVICE MEMBERS
      • HEALTH IN WOMEN VETERANS
      • TREATMENT IMPLICATIONS AND CASE APPLICATION
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 4: Ethical Decision Making in Military Social Work
      • THE MILITARY CONTEXT AS THE DOMINANT PARADIGM
      • ETHICAL DILEMMA: DUAL LOYALTY ISSUES
      • ETHICAL DILEMMA: CONFIDENTIALITY AND PRIVACY ISSUES
      • ETHICAL DILEMMA: HIERARCHY AND POWER ISSUES
      • LEGAL AND MORAL CONTEXTS FOR ETHICAL DILEMMAS
      • MODELS FOR ETHICAL DECISION MAKING
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 5: Secondary Trauma in Military Social Work
      • DEFINING SECONDARY TRAUMA AND RELATED TERMS
      • ASSESSING SECONDARY TRAUMA
      • TREATING SECONDARY TRAUMA
      • PREVENTING SECONDARY TRAUMA: POLICY, ORGANIZATIONAL, AND PERSONAL STRATEGIES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
  • Part II: Interventions for the Behavioral Health Problems of Service Members and Veterans
    • Chapter 6: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Veterans
      • INTRODUCTION
      • POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS: DSM DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA
      • PSYCHOSOCIAL MODELS OF POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 7: The Neurobiology of PTSD and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
      • THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF PTSD
      • PTSD AS A MEMORY DISORDER
      • THE AMYGDALA AND PREFRONTAL CORTEX
      • EMOTIONAL VERSUS EPISODIC MEMORY
      • MEMORY CONSOLIDATION AND RECONSOLIDATION
      • PTSD-RELATED PSYCHOTHERAPIES
      • COGNITIVE PROCESSING THERAPY (CPT)
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 8: Treating Combat-Related PTSD With Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy
      • THE MILITARY HEALTH CARE CHALLENGE
      • INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL VIRTUAL REALITY
      • VIRTUAL REALITY EXPOSURE
      • VIRTUAL REALITY EXPOSURE THERAPY USING VIRTUAL IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN
      • SUGGESTIONS FOR THE USE OF VIRTUAL IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN FOR VRE
      • OVERVIEW OF VRE USING VIRTUAL IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 9: Psychopharmacology for PTSD and Co-Occurring Disorders
      • INTRODUCTION
      • ANTIDEPRESSANTS
      • BENZODIAZEPINES
      • ANTIPSYCHOTICS
      • MEDICATION ADHERENCE
      • COMBINING PSYCHOTHERAPY AND MEDICATIONS
      • MANAGING COMORBID MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC ISSUES
      • GENDER ISSUES
      • CASES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 10: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the Military
      • OVERVIEW
      • DIAGNOSTIC CONSIDERATIONS AND SEVERITY
      • MODERATE TO SEVERE TBI IN THE MILITARY
      • TREATMENT AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING MODERATE TO SEVERE TBI
      • MILD TBI IN THE MILITARY
      • ADDITIONAL MTBI DIAGNOSTIC CONSIDERATIONS
      • TREATMENT AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING MTBI
      • CO-OCCURRING RECOVERY CONSIDERATIONS
      • CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 11: TBI and Social Work Practice
      • CONTACT
      • PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION, DATA COLLECTION, AND ASSESSMENT
      • CASE PLANNING
      • INTERVENTION
      • EVALUATION
      • TERMINATION
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 12: Assessing, Preventing, and Treating Substance Use Disorders in Active Duty Military Settings
      • PREVENTION
      • ASSESSMENT
      • ARMED FORCES TREATMENT PROGRAMS
      • TWO EMPIRICALLY SUPPORTED OUTPATIENT TREATMENT APPROACHES
      • AN ECOSYSTEM PERSPECTIVE FOR TREATING VETERANS WITH COMORBID SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDERS AND OTHER DISORDERS
      • THE ROLE OF THE CHAPLAIN
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 13: Preventing and Intervening With Substance Use Disorders in Veterans
      • CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS
      • PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS
      • PREVENTION FOR ACTIVE DUTY PERSONNEL
      • TRANSITION TO VETERAN STATUS
      • PREVENTION WITHIN THE VA
      • TREATMENT AT THE VA AND OTHER PROGRAMS
      • CONTINUING CARE
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 14: Suicide in the Military
      • POTENTIAL MILITARY SUICIDE RISK FACTORS
      • MILITARY SUICIDE PREVENTION GAPS
      • BUILDING RESILIENCE: SUICIDE PREVENTION IN THE CONTEXT OF TOTAL FORCE FITNESS
      • DISCUSSION
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
  • Part III: Veterans and Systems of Care
    • Chapter 15: Homelessness Among Veterans
      • INTRODUCTION
      • CAUSES AND PREVALENCE OF VETERAN HOMELESSNESS
      • HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT VA-SUPPORTIVE HOUSING (HUD-VASH) PROGRAM
      • HEALTH CARE FOR HOMELESS VETERANS
      • DOMICILIARY CARE FOR HOMELESS VETERANS
      • HOMELESS VETERANS REINTEGRATION PROGRAM (HVRP)
      • PROJECT CHALENG: THE VA’S COMMUNITY NETWORK INTERVENTION
      • NEW VA PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO PREVENT HOMELESSNESS
      • HOMELESS VETERANS STAND DOWN
      • MEDICATION COMPLIANCE AND PROGNOSIS FOR ENDING HOMELESSNESS
      • OUTREACH CONSIDERATIONS
      • CLINICAL ISSUES IN WORKING WITH THE VETERAN HOMELESS POPULATION: WITH AN EMPHASIS ON SOCIAL WORKER SELF-CARE AND SAFETY
      • SELF-CARE AND BURNOUT PREVENTION
      • COST BENEFIT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT AND CASE MANAGEMENT
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 16: Navigating Systems of Care
      • INTRODUCTION
      • BASIC ELIGIBILITY AND ENROLLMENT
      • PRIORITY GROUPS
      • COMBAT VETERANS
      • SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITIES AND COMPENSATION
      • OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM/IRAQI FREEDOM/NEW DAWN VETERANS
      • VET CENTERS
      • HOMELESS VETERANS PROGRAM
      • MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA
      • SUICIDE PREVENTION
      • TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
      • WOMEN VETERANS
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 17: Transitioning Veterans into Civilian Life
      • INTRODUCTION
      • TRANSITION
      • DISABLED TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
      • WOUNDED SERVICE MEMBERS AND MILITARY PROGRAMS
      • MILITARY TO CIVILIAN TRANSITION
      • FACTORS RELATING TO TRANSITION
      • TRANSITIONING FROM MILITARY TO HIGHER EDUCATION
      • EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS
      • A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE GI BILL
      • CONNECTING TO THE COMMUNITY
      • TRANSITIONING INTO CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT
      • FEMALE VETERANS
      • REINTEGRATION SKILLS TRAINING
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
  • Part IV: Families Impacted by Military Service
    • Chapter 18: A Brief History of U.S. Military Families and the Role of Social Workers
      • THE REVOLUTIONARY (1775–1783) AND CIVIL WAR ERAS (1861–1865)
      • WORLD WAR I ERA: (1914–1918)
      • FAMILIES AND WORLD WAR II ERA: (1941–1945)
      • THE KOREAN WAR ERA: (1950–1953)
      • THE VIETNAM WAR: (1954–1975)
      • THE PERSIAN GULF WAR: (AUGUST 1990–MARCH 1991)
      • THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR (2001–)
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 19: Cycle of Deployment and Family Well-Being
      • COMBAT STRESS
      • DEPLOYMENT STRESSORS
      • PREDEPLOYMENT
      • DEPLOYMENT/SUSTAINMENT
      • REDEPLOYMENT/POSTDEPLOYMENT
      • DEPLOYMENT IMPACT ON MILITARY FAMILIES
      • DEPLOYMENT IMPACT ON SPOUSES AND MARITAL RELATIONSHIPS
      • CHILDREN IMPACTED BY MILITARY SERVICE
      • CHILD ABUSE
      • CASE VIGNETTES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 20: Supporting National Guard and Reserve Members and their Families
      • PORTRAIT OF RESERVIST FAMILIES
      • INTERVENTIONS TO MITIGATE DEPLOYMENT IMPACT ON FAMILIES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 21: The Exceptional Family Member Program: Helping Special Needs Children in Military Families
      • INTRODUCTION
      • MILITARY AND DISABILITY CULTURE—TWO WORLDS
      • THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP)
      • PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT
      • CIVILIAN SERVICES FOR EFMP FAMILIES
      • FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES FOR EFMP FAMILIES—MILITARY AND CIVILIAN
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 22: Grief, Loss, and Bereavement in Military Families
      • SUICIDE BEREAVEMENT
      • ISSUES THAT INFLUENCE SUICIDE BEREAVEMENT
      • SURVIVORS OF A MILITARY SUICIDE LOSS AND THE ASSOCIATED COMPLEXITIES
      • CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE DEATH AND CONDITION OF BODILY REMAINS
      • GEOGRAPHY OF THE DEATH/GEOGRAPHY OF THE SURVIVOR
      • AGE OF DECEDENTS/AGE OF SURVIVORS
      • COMMITMENT TO SERVICE
      • DEATH NOTIFICATION
      • THE IMMEDIATE IMPACT TO SURVIVORS
      • SECONDARY AND MULTIPLE LOSSES
      • ADDITIONAL CHALLENGES FACING MILITARY SUICIDE LOSS SURVIVORS
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 23: The Stress Process Model for Supporting Long-Term Family Caregiving
      • INTRODUCTION
      • SCOPE OF THE ISSUES
      • WHO ARE THE CAREGIVERS OF MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS TODAY?
      • WHAT IS THE STRESS PROCESS MODEL?
      • USING THE STRESS PROCESS MODEL TO GUIDE ASSESSMENTS OF CAREGIVERS OF WOUNDED WARRIORS
      • BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT OF STRESS
      • STRESSORS
      • MEDIATORS OF STRESS
      • OUTCOMES OR MANIFESTATIONS OF STRESS
      • APPLYING THE STRESS PROCESS MODEL TO GUIDE ASSESSMENTS OF CAREGIVERS
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 24: Family-Centered Programs and Interventions for Military Children and Youth
      • BACKGROUND AND OVERVIEW
      • COMPOSITION OF FAMILIES IN THE MILITARY
      • THE IMPACT OF MILITARY CULTURE ON FAMILIES
      • PARENTAL SEPARATION AND DEPLOYMENT
      • THE FAMILY-CENTERED APPROACH
      • PROGRAMS, INTERVENTIONS, AND RESOURCES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 25: Couple Therapy for Redeployed Military and Veteran Couples
      • INTRODUCTION
      • RATIONALE
      • KEY PRINCIPLES OF CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE
      • SYNTHESIS OF THEORY MODELS
      • ROLE OF GENDER
      • PHASE-ORIENTED COUPLE THERAPY WITH MILITARY AND VETERAN COUPLES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
    • Chapter 26: Theory and Practice With Military Couples and Families
      • STRESSORS
      • THEORETICAL MODELS
      • AN INTRODUCTION TO VETERAN INJURY AND IMPACT ON THE FAMILY
      • RATIONALE FOR FAMILY-BASED INTERVENTIONS
      • ASSESSMENT
      • EMPIRICALLY INFORMED THERAPIES
      • CONCLUSION
      • REFERENCES
  • Appendix: Veteran Organizations and Military Family Resources
    • ARMED FORCES TREATMENT PROGRAM WEBSITES
    • CHILD TRAUMA
    • CHILDREN RESOURCES
    • CRISIS HOTLINES
    • CULTURE IN THE MILITARY
    • EDUCATION/EMPLOYMENT AND TRANSITION
    • FAMILY RESOURCES
    • GATEWAY SITES
    • HEALTH
    • HOMELESS VETERANS RESOURCES
    • LEGAL SERVICES FOR VETERANS
    • MENTAL HEALTH
    • PRISONERS OF WAR
    • PTSD
    • SEXUAL ASSAULT
    • SUBSTANCE ABUSE
    • SUICIDE PREVENTION
    • TERMINOLOGY IN THE MILITARY
    • TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI)
    • VETERANS RESOURCES
    • VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS
    • OTHER VETERAN ORGANIZATIONS RECOGNIZED FOR CLAIM REPRESENTATION
    • OTHER NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS THAT SERVE VETERANS OR FAMILIES OF VETERANS
    • WOMEN VETERANS
    • SELECTED BOOKS
    • OTHER TITLES OF INTEREST
    • FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER LIST
    • NOVELIZATION OF A MOTION PICTURE
    • BOOKS ON TRAUMA
    • VIDEOS
    • VIDEO RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
  • Glossary of Military Terms
  • Author Index
  • Subject Index
  • End User License Agreement

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Handbook of Military Social Work

Vörumerki: John Wiley
Vörunúmer: 9781118330227
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