The purpose of this class is to describe mental health concerns commonly experienced by veterans during and following deployment. Deployed persons must engage in a great deal of cognitive and emotional adjustment as contexts shift with deployment from non-combat situations to battlefield conditions, and from battlefield conditions, to homecoming. Common difficulties associated with deployment include depression and anxiety associated with adjustment, post-traumatic stress, grieving for fallen comrades, substance abuse, and coping with physical injuries and/or disabilities. Introductory knowledge of these mental health concerns will assist students in meeting the mental health and social service needs of military personnel and their families prior to, during, and after deployment.
Elizabeth Goldstein ()
Dates: May 20 - June 28, 2013; For Human Service Professionals working with Military personnel and their families
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