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The Resource Veterans : political, social and health issues, editor, Milton Townsend

Veterans : political, social and health issues, editor, Milton Townsend

Label
Veterans : political, social and health issues
Title
Veterans
Title remainder
political, social and health issues
Statement of responsibility
editor, Milton Townsend
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
362.860973
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Townsend, Milton,
Series statement
Military and veteran issues
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  • Veterans
  • Veterans
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
Label
Veterans : political, social and health issues, editor, Milton Townsend
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • VETERANS POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES ; VETERANS POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES ; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; Chapter 1 SHAME AND GUILT: THE SILENT STRUGGLE OF VETERANS; Abstract; Introduction; Theories of Shame and Guilt; Similarities between Shame and Guilt; Differences between Shame and Guilt; Functions of Shame and Guilt; Shame and Guilt in Veteran's Mental Health; Guilt versus Shame in Psychopathology; Shame; Guilt; Combat -- Related Shame; Combat -- Related Guilt; Noncombat -- Related Shame and Guilt; Military Sexual Trauma
  • StigmaResearch Implications; Measurement; Future Directions; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 2 COMMUNITY REINTEGRATION OF TRANSITIONING VETERANS: AN OVERVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL INITIATIVES ; Abstract; Introduction; Problem Statement; Benefits of Agriculture: The Civilian Evidence-Base; A Brief Historical Overview of Veteran Involvement in Agriculture; Benefits of Agricultural Initiatives: The Growing Veteran Evidence-Base; Case Study: Western Washington CAI; Discussion; Conclusion; Disclaimer; References
  • Chapter 3 VETERANS AND CHRONIC PAIN: POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT ISSUES Abstract; Introduction; History of Pain Management; Pain Management in the New Millennium; Changes in Pain Management Approaches; Active versus Passive Treatment; Formation of Multi-/Interdisciplinary Pain Teams; Promotion of Veteran Pain Self-Management; Veteran Pain Education Programs; Distribution of Provider Education and Training; Reorganization of Veteran Pain Management Care; Acknowledgments; References; Biographical Sketches
  • Chapter 4 USING EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE TO TREAT VETERANS WITH PTSD Abstract; Introduction; Methods; What Is EFT?; How Does EFT Work?; Trauma and PTSD; The Veterans Stress Project; Case Study: Number 8; Case Study: Number 22; Case Study: Number 21; Case Study: Number TPE1; Other Trauma Interventions; Conclusion; The Reality of Combat for Veterans; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 5 SUGGESTIONS FOR HELPING FAMILY MEMBERS HELP THEIR LOVED ONE BENEFIT FROM PROLONGED EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR PTSD ; Abstract; Introduction; Aims
  • The Integration of the Family into Prolonged Exposure (PE)Bringing a Family Member into Session; Inviting the Family Member into Treatment: How? When? Why?; Guiding the Integrated Session; A Review of Treatment Gains: Ending Treatment; Potential Clinician Concerns; Clinicians Unfamiliar Working with Couples; The Caretaker Family Member; The Under-Engaged Family Member; The Client That Does Not Want to Include Family in Treatment; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 6 VETERANS: ORAL HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS ; Abstract; Introduction; Criteria for VA Dental Care
Control code
ocn934797047
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781634846929
Lccn
2016001746
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)934797047
Label
Veterans : political, social and health issues, editor, Milton Townsend
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • VETERANS POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES ; VETERANS POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND HEALTH ISSUES ; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; Chapter 1 SHAME AND GUILT: THE SILENT STRUGGLE OF VETERANS; Abstract; Introduction; Theories of Shame and Guilt; Similarities between Shame and Guilt; Differences between Shame and Guilt; Functions of Shame and Guilt; Shame and Guilt in Veteran's Mental Health; Guilt versus Shame in Psychopathology; Shame; Guilt; Combat -- Related Shame; Combat -- Related Guilt; Noncombat -- Related Shame and Guilt; Military Sexual Trauma
  • StigmaResearch Implications; Measurement; Future Directions; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 2 COMMUNITY REINTEGRATION OF TRANSITIONING VETERANS: AN OVERVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL INITIATIVES ; Abstract; Introduction; Problem Statement; Benefits of Agriculture: The Civilian Evidence-Base; A Brief Historical Overview of Veteran Involvement in Agriculture; Benefits of Agricultural Initiatives: The Growing Veteran Evidence-Base; Case Study: Western Washington CAI; Discussion; Conclusion; Disclaimer; References
  • Chapter 3 VETERANS AND CHRONIC PAIN: POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT ISSUES Abstract; Introduction; History of Pain Management; Pain Management in the New Millennium; Changes in Pain Management Approaches; Active versus Passive Treatment; Formation of Multi-/Interdisciplinary Pain Teams; Promotion of Veteran Pain Self-Management; Veteran Pain Education Programs; Distribution of Provider Education and Training; Reorganization of Veteran Pain Management Care; Acknowledgments; References; Biographical Sketches
  • Chapter 4 USING EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE TO TREAT VETERANS WITH PTSD Abstract; Introduction; Methods; What Is EFT?; How Does EFT Work?; Trauma and PTSD; The Veterans Stress Project; Case Study: Number 8; Case Study: Number 22; Case Study: Number 21; Case Study: Number TPE1; Other Trauma Interventions; Conclusion; The Reality of Combat for Veterans; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 5 SUGGESTIONS FOR HELPING FAMILY MEMBERS HELP THEIR LOVED ONE BENEFIT FROM PROLONGED EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR PTSD ; Abstract; Introduction; Aims
  • The Integration of the Family into Prolonged Exposure (PE)Bringing a Family Member into Session; Inviting the Family Member into Treatment: How? When? Why?; Guiding the Integrated Session; A Review of Treatment Gains: Ending Treatment; Potential Clinician Concerns; Clinicians Unfamiliar Working with Couples; The Caretaker Family Member; The Under-Engaged Family Member; The Client That Does Not Want to Include Family in Treatment; Conclusion; References; Biographical Sketch; Chapter 6 VETERANS: ORAL HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS ; Abstract; Introduction; Criteria for VA Dental Care
Control code
ocn934797047
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781634846929
Lccn
2016001746
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)934797047

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