Serving Those Who Serve, Part Time

As providers, it is critical to understand the unique challenges that members of the reserve forces may face, especially in light of the increased risk of suicide. National Guard and Reserve members, face the challenges and stressors of military and civilian lives, working to balance careers, fitness and readiness, family obligations, and more without the supportive infrastructure most active duty members experience.

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Innovative Training Across the Network

The Cohen Veterans Network has launched a progressive two-day training workshop on Emotionally Focused Therapy across the country, originating out of our Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York.

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Part two: Stress in the Military

There is no simple way of predicting what will be the thing that unravels an individual who was otherwise able to hold up well under stress. As I noted in part one, there isn't always a direct correlation between a mental health diagnosis and poor stress response.

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