Grief Counseling Training Program Article on Military and Grief

Grief among military veterans is something that does not receive enough attention.  Military members come into greater contact with death and traumatic experience than any others.  It is important that they receive the grief counseling and care they need

Military members deal with much grief and need continued aid and counseling. Please also review our Grief Counseling Training Program


The article, “Grief Is Common Among Military Vets — But Rarely Recognized” by Emily Dugdale looks into this problem.  She emphasizes the importance of military members and their grief being recognized and discussed. She states,

Researchers have amply documented veterans’ PTSD and depression, but grief has not gotten the same level of attention, said Roxane Cohen Silver, a UC Irvine psychological science professor who co-authored a study of grief among veterans.  “What we’re identifying are very important psychological consequences of serving in the war that are clearly being missed,”

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Military veterans deserve continued counseling from their experiences.  Grief and trauma need addressed.  Please also review our Grief Counseling Training program and see if it meets your academic and professional goals.