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Treating PTSD in Military Personnel
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Introduction: PTSD in the Military, Bret A. Moore and Walter E. PenkI. Treatment Approaches for PTSD in Military Personnel1. Understanding and Working within the Military Culture, Bret A. Moore2. Issues in Assessment of PTSD in Military Personnel, Frank Castro, Jasmeet P. Hayes, and Terence M. Keane3. Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Alan L. Peterson, Edna B. Foa, and David S. Riggs4. Cognitive Processing Therapy, Amy M. Williams, Tara E. Galovski, Karen A. Kattar, and Patricia A. Resick5. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Mark C. Russell, Howard Lipke, and Charles Figley6. Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy, Greg M. Reger and Kevin M. Holloway7. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Harold Kudler8. Group Therapy, David W. Foy, Kent D. Drescher, Patricia J. Watson, and Iya Ritchie9. Couple and Family Therapy, Danielle J. Maack, Judith A. Lyons, Kevin M. Connolly, and Michael Ritter10. Psychopharmacological Treatment, William M. Sauve and Stephen M. Stahl11. Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Walter E. Penk, Dolores Little, and Nathan AinspanII. Specific Clinical Issues Associated with PTSD12. Co-Occurring Affective and Anxiety Disorders, Eric C. Meyer, Nathan A. Kimbrel, Matthew T. Tull, and Sandra B. Morissette13. Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders, Marc I. Kruse, Laurie E. Steffen, Nathan A. Kimbrel, and Suzy Bird Gulliver14. Traumatic Brain Injury, Jennifer J. Vasterling, Mieke Verfaellie, and Susan M. McGlynn15. Sexual Assault in the Military, Alina M. Suris and Julia C. Smith16. Sleep Disorders, William L. Brim and David S. Riggs17. Managing the Service Member with Suicidal Ideation, Nancy A. Skopp, David D. Luxton, Nigel Bush, and M. David Rudd18. Anger, Aggression, and Violence, Eric B. Elbogen, Sally C. Johnson, and Jean C. Beckham19. Resiliency Building as a Means to Prevent PTSD and Related Adjustment Problems in Military Personnel, Donald MeichenbaumAppendices. ResourcesAppendix A. Recommendations for Gaining Military Cultural and Clinical CompetenceAppendix B. Military Organizations and ProgramsAppendix C. Select Common Military Abbreviations

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Edited by Bret A. Moore, PsyD, ABPP, Military Psychology Consulting, Texas, USA, and Walter E. Penk, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, Texas A&M University, USA

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"This outstanding book addresses key issues in assessing and treating PTSD in military personnel. It provides an excellent context for understanding the unique considerations associated with trauma exposure in this population. A wide range of useful interventions are presented in detail by the top experts in the field. This book is an ideal resource for practitioners who work with military and veteran populations, as well as offering important lessons for treating any type of trauma survivor." - Jean C. Beckham, Duke University Medical Center, North Carolina, USA "The book is very clearly written and offers straightforward explanations of important scientific concepts. It features vital information to guide evaluation, diagnostic assessment, and decision making about clinical care for service members and veterans with PTSD. The book comes at a very appropriate time. I believe it will quickly become an essential item in the clinical arsenal of mental health professionals who interact with service members and veterans." - Alexander Neumeister, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA

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