This article explore some commonly held misconceptions about the military and describe experiences unique to military life. It will also highlight distinct organizational aspects of the military that psychologists should consider when providing therapy. Then clinical presentations common to military patients and evidence-based psychotherapies (EBPs) will be reviewed, followed by a thorough list of resources we recommend for advancing military competence.
- Explain organizational aspects of the military that psychologists should consider when providing care.
- Analyze clinical presentations common to military patients as well as techniques and resources for psychologists.
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