EMDR and the Military: Combating Trauma (Go With That Magazine™️ Issue)

EMDR and the Military: Combating Trauma

Go With That Magazine™️ Spring 2020

When meeting with service members or veterans, many therapists naturally expect to work through combat trauma. However, there are other types of trauma to discover, listen to, and understand when working with this special population. We look more closely at those kinds of trauma and how EMDR can help.

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This issue includes the following articles:

 


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A Range of Service Trauma: Considering More than Combat

A Range of Service Trauma: Considering More than Combat

When meeting with service members or veterans, many therapists naturally expect to uncover combat trauma during History Taking and Treatment Planning. However, the therapist needs to be aware of other types of trauma as they listen to and develop the client’s history and treatment plan.

Learn more in this article from the Spring 2020 issue EMDR and the Military: Combating Trauma of Go With That Magazine™️ by Jamie Zabukovec, Psy.D.

 


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Perspectives: An EMDR Clinician’s Encounter with Military Professional Settings

Perspectives: An EMDR Clinician’s Encounter with Military Professional Settings

A significant number of EMDR therapists work with military and veteran populations and their family members. Four groups of therapists treat the veteran and military populations. The Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), community-based treatment centers as well as private practice therapists provide services to these members of our communities.

Learn more in this article from the Spring 2020 issue EMDR and the Military: Combating Trauma of Go With That Magazine™️ by E. C. Hurley, DMIN, PhD.

 


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Military Cultural Competence

Military Cultural Competence

What is military cultural competence? According to Atuel and Castro (2018), we must first disentangle cultural competence from military culture and, after that, offer an integrated perspective.

Learn more in this article from the Spring 2020 issue EMDR and the Military: Combating Trauma of Go With That Magazine™️ by Camille Zeiter, LICSW.

 


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Perspectives: A Journey to Building a Heart for Working with Military

Perspectives: A Journey to Building a Heart for Working with Military

I had no intention of working with military, so whenever I begin a psychoeducation class or individual therapy session with military service members, I typically break the ice with a true but comical story about how I ended up working with service members.

Learn more in this article from the Spring 2020 issue EMDR and the Military: Combating Trauma of Go With That Magazine™️ by Emily Rademan, PSYD, LP.

 


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