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|All Authors / Contributors:||
R Blaine Everson; Charles R Figley
|Description:||xxix, 299 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Seeing systems: an introduction to systemic approaches with military families / R. Blaine Everson and Thomas G. Camp --
The military culture, language, and lifestyle / Lynn K. Hall --
Structural strategic approaches with army couples / R. Blaine Everson and Joseph R. Herzog --
Systemic therapy with adolescents in Army families / R. Blaine Everson, Joseph R. Herzog and Leigh Ann Haigler --
Systemic therapy with families of U.S. Marines / Don Catherall --
Systems approaches with Air Force members and their familes: a focus on trauma / Joseph R. Herzog, Craig Boydston and James D. Whitworth --
The use of emotionally focused couples therapy with military couples and their families / Lance Sneath and Kathryn D. Rheem --
Attachment as a consideration in family play therapy with military families / Gwendolyn W. Smith --
Spirituality and trauma during a time of war: a systemic approach to pastoral care and counseling / Alan N. Baroody --
Secondary traumatic stress, deployment phase, and military families: systemic approaches to treatment / Joseph R. Herzog and R. Blaine Everson --
In support of military women and families: challenges facing community therapists / Judith Mathewson --
Painting a moving train: preparing civilian community providers to serve returning warriors and their families / Charles "Keith" Springle and Charlotte M. Wilmer --
Post deployment: practical guidelines for warriors' loved ones / Judith A. Lyons and Natasha Elkovitch --
The long way home: the aftermath of war for service members and their families / R. Blaine Everson and Charles R. Figley --
Appendix: developmental overview and brief history of systemic family therapy / R. Blaine Everson and Thomas G. Camp.
|Series Title:||Routledge psychosocial stress series, 38.|
|Responsibility:||edited by R. Blaine Everson and Charles R. Figley.|
"The need for ways to help military families has rarely been greater, and most family therapists are oblivious to the special challenges these families face and present to the therapist. Families
- Families of military personnel -- Services for -- United States.
- Military dependents -- Mental health services -- United States.
- Soldiers -- Mental health services -- United States.
- Family psychotherapy -- United States.
- Family Therapy.
- Couples Therapy.
- Marital Therapy.
- Military Personnel -- psychology.