戦争の見えない傷の予防と治療:トラウマとの闘い、精神的損傷、心理的健康<br>Preventing and Treating the Invisible Wounds of War : Combat Trauma, Moral Injury, and Psychological Health

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戦争の見えない傷の予防と治療:トラウマとの闘い、精神的損傷、心理的健康
Preventing and Treating the Invisible Wounds of War : Combat Trauma, Moral Injury, and Psychological Health

  • 言語:ENG
  • ISBN:9780197646588
  • eISBN:9780197646601

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This volume provides several perspectives that help practitioners, advocates, and policymakers understand the impact of historical and recent wars on U.S. Military veterans. The chapters address newly recognized conditions, such as moral injury, military sexual trauma, and remote combat trauma as precursors to more serious diagnosable mental health disorders with the goal of addressing how these conditions can be identified and mitigated in future combat operations. The chapters also provide new insights on calculating the costs of wars in terms of dollars spent on treating mental health conditions, the intergenerational impact of combat trauma on families and future generations, and involvement in the criminal justice system of those who do not receive treatment due to discharge characterizations from military misconduct.

Table of Contents

Forward Preface DedicationList of Contributors and BiographiesIntroduction: Recognizing the Transforming Landscape of War Injuries and TreatmentsEvan R. SeamonePART I: THE UNCOUNTED COSTS OF MILITARY SERVICE: SOCIETAL BURDENS OF WAR TRAUMA1. Expected Mental Health Care Costs of Military InvolvementJustin T. McDaniel, Kevin Sylwester, Rick Stapel, Tim Ting, and David L. Albright2. Military Criminality: Responding to Predictable Occupational Hazardsfrom Military ServiceEvan R. Seamone3. Generational Trends in Employment and Crime Among MilitaryFamiliesJustin T. McDaniel, Eric Black, Harvey Henson, Yorino Kawashima, Jennifer Koran, and Daniel Brown 4. Older Veterans: Lifetime Consequences of Military ServiceKari Fletcher, Eric Black, Rachel Dekel, Mariah Rooney, Jim Martin, and David L. Albright5. Beyond Combat: Gender and the Construction of Injury in Military ContextsWalter Callaghan, Maya Eichler, and Victoria TaitPART II: THE MORAL COSTS OF WARFARE: UNDERSTANDING MORAL INJURY6. The Look and Feel of Moral InjuryNancy Sherman7. Moral Injury, Moral Suffering, and Moral HealthMatthew Talbert and Jessica Wolfendale8. PTSD Weaponized: A Theory of Moral InjuryDuncan MacIntosh9. Remote Combat Exposure and Moral Injury from Drone Operations: The Cost of a New Form of WarfareElliot Atkins and Evan R. Seamone10. Incorporating Moral Injury in Military and Veteran PolicyKristen Laha-Walsh, Haley Steele, and David L. AlbrightPART III: MITIGATING THE UNCOUNTED COSTS OF WAR11. Recruiting, Training, and the Permissible Bounds of Preventing and Mitigating Moral Injury in the U.S. MilitaryJesse Hamilton12. Pain, Addiction, and Suicidality Among Veterans: Integrating Evidence-Based, Concurrent Treatment ApproachesEvangelina Banou, Nicole Angeli, Stacey Sandusky, and Stephanie Miller13. Mitigating the Costs of Combat with the Code of ConductKevin Govern and Stephen N. Xenakis14. Identifying and Treating Moral Injury in Military Members and VeteransJulie Yeterain, Danielle S. Berke, Joel Rosenthal, and Bret Litz15. From Cautious to Conscious Inclusion: A Review of Women's Integration in the Armed Forces, and Where to NextJanelle M. PhamIndex