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Treating PTSD in Military Personnel A Clinical Handbook,9781609186357

Treating PTSD in Military Personnel A Clinical Handbook

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Edition:
1st
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9781609186357

ISBN10:
1609186354
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/7/2011
Publisher(s):
The Guilford Press
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Summary

This practical volume covers the full range of effective treatments for PTSD and discusses their implementation with service members and veterans. From conducting a thorough assessment to choosing an appropriate psychosocial or pharmacological treatment, the expert editors and contributors clearly relate their years of experience in military contexts. The norms and values of military culture are discussed. Chapters thoroughly describe available therapies, review their strengths and limitations, and use illustrative case examples to demonstrate the treatments in action. Also addressed are clinical issues and co-occurring problems that can arise in this population, such as traumatic brain injury and substance abuse, and strategies for dealing with them.

Author Biography

Bret A. Moore, PsyD, ABPP, is founder of Military Psychology Consulting and a board-certified clinical psychologist in San Antonio, Texas. He is a former active-duty Army psychologist and two-tour veteran of Iraq. Dr. Moore is coauthor or coeditor of a number of books on military psychotherapy and counseling and on pharmacotherapy for psychologists. He is a recipient of the Arthur W. Melton Award for Early Career Achievement in Military Psychology from Division 19 of the American Psychological Association and the Early Career Achievement Award from Division 18, and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Walter E. Penk, PhD, ABPP, is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Texas A&M College of Medicine and consultant to the Veterans Health Administration\u2019s VISN 17 VA Center of Excellence in Stress Disorders Research and VA Rehabilitation Research and Development in Washington, DC. Dr. Penk's research and more than 135 publications focus on validating treatments for co-occurring PTSD, addictions, and other mental disorders. He is a recipient of a Presidential Citation, the Division 18 Harold Hildreth Award from the American Psychological Association, a VA Distinguished Career Award, and recognition from the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.

Table of Contents

Introduction: PTSD in the Military, Bret A. Moore and Walter E. Penk I. Treatment Approaches for PTSD in Military Personnel 1. Understanding and Working within the Military Culture, Bret A. Moore 2. Issues in Assessment of PTSD in Military Personnel, Frank Castro, Jasmeet P. Hayes, and Terence M. Keane 3. Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Alan L. Peterson, Edna B. Foa, and David S. Riggs 4. Cognitive Processing Therapy, Amy M. Williams, Tara E. Galovski, Karen A. Kattar, and Patricia A. Resick 5. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Mark C. Russell, Howard Lipke, and Charles Figley 6. Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy, Greg M. Reger and Kevin M. Holloway 7. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Harold Kudler 8. Group Therapy, David W. Foy, Kent D. Drescher, Patricia J. Watson, and Iya Ritchie 9. Couple and Family Therapy, Danielle J. Maack, Judith A. Lyons, Kevin M. Connolly, and Michael Ritter 10. Psychopharmacological Treatment, William M. Sauv\u00e9 and Stephen M. Stahl 11. Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Walter E. Penk, Dolores Little, and Nathan Ainspan II. Specific Clinical Issues Associated with PTSD 12. Co-Occurring Affective and Anxiety Disorders, Eric C. Meyer, Nathan A. Kimbrel, Matthew T. Tull, and Sandra B. Morissette 13. Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders, Marc I. Kruse, Laurie E. Steffen, Nathan A. Kimbrel, and Suzy Bird Gulliver 14. Traumatic Brain Injury, Jennifer J. Vasterling, Mieke Verfaellie, and Susan M. McGlynn 15. Sexual Assault in the Military, Alina M. Sur\u00eds and Julia C. Smith 16. Sleep Disorders, William L. Brim and David S. Riggs 17. Managing the Service Member with Suicidal Ideation, Nancy A. Skopp, David D. Luxton, Nigel Bush, and M. David Rudd 18. Anger, Aggression, and Violence, Eric B. Elbogen, Sally C. Johnson, and Jean C. Beckham 19. Resiliency Building as a Means to Prevent PTSD and Related Adjustment Problems in Military Personnel, Donald Meichenbaum Appendices. Resources Appendix A. Recommendations for Gaining Military Cultural and Clinical Competence Appendix B. Military Organizations and Programs Appendix C. Military Acronyms


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