DR. BRET A. MOORE
AUTHOR AND MILITARY MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTANT
EDITED BY SHARON FREEMAN, BRET A. MOORE & ARTHUR FREEMAN
This is a volume on how warriors live and survive in combat duty and the psychological impact of being in harm's way. It addresses the combat preparation of service men and women, their support system, and their interpersonal and intrapersonal experiences. The book focuses on cognitive behavioral interventions for treating various combat related disorders and addresses psychological health and adjustment after leaving the battlefield and reintegrating back into the lives they put on hold.Part I offers chapters on the preparation and training of service personnel for combat duty. Part II considers the emotions and stresses of combat; Part III presents treatments for the effects of combat experience, from sleep disorders to PTSD; and Part IV offers chapters on the indirect effects on family and the reintegration of the veteran in civilian society. This a book meant for the clinician who will be treating a service man or woman who has been in harm's way, members of her or his family, and the veteran returning to the community.
BRET A. MOORE & ARTHUR JONGSMA, J.R.
Unprecedented levels of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and other mental health issues are being reported among U.S. service members. An important new addition to the PracticePlanners series, The Veterans and Active Duty Military Psychotherapy Treatment Planner provides all the elements necessary to quickly develop formal treatment plans tailored to the unique needs of active duty soldiers and veterans. This unique and much-needed treatment planner provides mental health providers and community hospital-based providers with guidance on diagnosis, and includes long-term goals, short-term objectives, and evidence-based, clinically tested treatment options.
ROBERT E. MCGRATH & BRET A. MOORE
Takes a comprehensive look at how pharmacotherapy is reshaping the practice of psychology. It argues the benefits of extending prescriptive authority and chronicles the experiences of prescribing psychologists. It also explores emerging issues, such as the need to maintain a psychological orientation while integrating medication management with psychotherapy, the need to build and maintain strong relationships with physicians, and the evaluation of drug research.