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.
In this Issue
- A Range of Service Trauma: Considering More Than Combat By Jamie Zabukovec, Psy.D.
- 10 Tips for EMDR Therapists Working with Veterans and Service Members
- An EMDR Clinician’s with Military Professional Settings, By E.C. Hurley, DMIN, Ph.D.
- Military Cultural Competence By Camille Zeiter, LICSW
- A Journey to Building a Heart for Working with Military By Emily Rademan, Psy.D., LP
- EMDR Therapy for Veterans and Service Members
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Issue: Spring 2020
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