Service members and their families experience unique pressures, such as managing transitions, separations, cross-country moves and handling their personal finances.
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- resources for leadership
- substance abuse
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DCoE Outreach Center
For Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
Information and Resources
For Crisis Intervention for Service Members, Veterans and Families
When making the transition from your current psychological health provider to a new provider, it helps to plan ahead.
Mindfulness meditation is a popular form of meditation that can help you cope with psychological concerns.
There are a number of healthy ways you can take care of yourself and manage psychological health concerns and symptoms on your own.
As a psychological health professional working with the military community, having access to reliable resources can help you better support service members, veterans and their families.
The goal of these courses is to provide training on evidence-based psychotherapies, military culture and clinical concerns.
National Guardsman and reservists have unique challenges balancing their military service with civilian life and managing transitions between them.
Experiences such as traumatic events during your military career can lead to questioning your values and trying to make sense of what happened.