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By: Kristy Burton, LPC-S, AADC, SAP, NCC, TA   Veteran Dependents and Public Scrutiny   Veteran dependents, spouses, children, and families of veterans are not immune to the public scrutiny and stigma that comes with rejoining the civilian world. While veterans are more likely to face more severe challenges...

By: Rita Masterson, LPC   Stigma, Public Scrutiny & Cultural Competence   With retirement or discharge from active duty, veterans returning to the civilian world may face a lot of public scrutiny, stigma, and struggle with their own cultural competence.    Among other more personal, internal struggles, veterans may face some...

By Marty Erickson, LAC, Group Coordinator   Far From Home   Perhaps the most intense challenge of active duty military life is deployment and detachment. Detachments may be classes and training seminars that take one away for weeks at a time, whereas deployments vary broadly in purpose and last...

By Alisa Mitchell, LPC Coping and Communication on Shift Work Unpredictability   Active duty stress management and schedule management are uniquely strenuous challenges for those that are Active Duty military or First Responders. In the modern working world, establishing and maintaining a perfect balance between one’s personal life...

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