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Posted Jun 26 by Cybele
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Living in the New Normal: Supporting Children Through Trauma and Loss Full Record
The purpose of Living In the New Normal™ is to provide community professionals, educators, family members, and other concerned adults with information to help the support of military children during t...
Development of the Decision Tree Algorithm (DTA) and Validity of the Definitions Full Record
This issue of Joining Forces Joining Families (JFJF) presents several features on the development of the Decision Tree Algorithm (the DTA), the protocol used to determine family maltreatment case subs...
Guide to VA Mental Health Services for Veterans & Families Full Record
In 2008, VA introduced a new mental health handbook that provides guidelines for VA hospitals and clinics across the US. The new handbook specifies exactly what mental health services VA hospitals...
From Injury to Home: Integrating Networks of Medical and Psychosocial Support on the Road from Battlefield Injury to Recovery Full Record
When battlefield injury occurs far from home, the road to recovery may be long and difficult to navigate. Even with the dedicated support of medical professionals, loved ones, military leade...
Runyon, Melissa Full Record
Melissa K. Runyon, Ph.D. is currently a licensed psychologist and sole member of Melissa Runyon, Ph.D., PLLC in Prospect, Kentucky. She provides training and consultation to mental health professional...
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