When men and women join the military, they and their family members adapt to a new culture. They learn a different language steeped in acronyms and military slang. They participate in a community whose members are bound together by the core military value of service before self and by the missions they carry out. The chain of command that oversees almost every aspect of a military service members life also provides for the members basic needs, including regular employment, medical care, and housing. What challenges might military service members and their families face when they separate from the military and its unique culture and provisions?
To prepare for this Discussion, review the interviews in this weeks resources and select one interviewee to address for this Discussion.
Post the interviewee you selected. (2-3pages)
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Describe the greatest challenge this individual is facing or had faced during reintegration, and
Explain why this is/was the greatest challenge.
Explain one recommendation you might make to improve or enhance this individuals reintegration experience and to mitigate further challenges.
Be sure to support your post with specific references to the resources. If you are using additional articles, be sure to provide full APA-formatted citations for your references.
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Ghahramanlou-Holloway, M., Cox, D. W., Fritz, E. C., & George, B. J. (2011). An evidence-informed guide for working with military women and veterans. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 42(1), 17.
Heflin, C. M., Wilmoth, J. M., & London, A. S. (2012). Veteran status and material hardship: The moderating influence of work-limiting disability. Social Service Review, 86(1), 119142
Sherman, M.D., Larsen, J., & Borden, L.M. (2015). Broadening the focus in supporting reintegrating Iraq and Afghanistan veterans: Six key domains of functioning. Professional Psychology, Research and Practice, 46(5), 355-366.