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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53763
Doc. No:TL23717
Call number:‭1448163‬
Main Entry:Michael James Pepler
Title & Author:Helping to rebuild families of Iraq veterans: Understanding the psychosocial needs of reconstruction of the family system following the Iraq WarMichael James Pepler
College:California State University, Long Beach
Date:2007
Degree:M.S.W.
student score:2007
Page No:63
Abstract:The purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions of Veterans Affairs clinicians regarding psychosocial needs of families of Iraq war veterans. Using a qualitative approach, this study explored how these issues were addressed in the clinical setting, what were the unique treatment issues faced by this population, and what barriers to care existed. The sample consisted of 12 clinicians. Results found that over half of the respondents reported the returning veteran's reintegration into the family was the most pressing psychosocial issue affecting the family system. Within that family reintegration component, the most problematic issue for families was the changes in the veteran upon his or her return home from combat. The majority of respondents reported that a lack of available mental health care for families was one of the main barriers to addressing the psychosocial needs of Iraq war veterans. Implications for social work practice and research are discussed.
Subject:Social sciences; Psychology; Social psychology; Social work; Families & family life; Personal relationships; Sociology; Armed forces; 0750:Armed forces; 0628:Sociology; 0628:Personal relationships; 0628:Families & family life; 0452:Social work; 0451:Social psychology
Added Entry:M. Raney
Added Entry:California State University, Long Beach