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    edited by Nathan D. Ainspan, Craig Bryan, and Walter Erich Penk.
    Section 1. Military culture and populations -- Demographics and characteristics of the US military and veteran populations -- Military rules and regulations -- Unique challenges of national guard and reserve service members -- Roles and challenges of women in the military -- Lesbian, gay, and bisexual service members -- Transgender service members and veterans -- Creating a respectful, welcoming clinical environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender veterans -- Section 2. Assessing and treating psychiatric disorders -- Posttraumatic stress disorder -- Psychological rehabilitation strategies for social and occupational functioning associated with posttraumatic stress disorder -- Depression, anxiety, and other disorders -- Sleep disturbances -- Psychosocial interventions for traumatic brain injury -- Substance use disorders among veterans -- Section 3. Clinical issues -- Suicidal behaviors among military personnel and veterans -- Nightmares -- Aggression and anger in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder -- Treating injury and chronic pain in military and veteran populations -- Section 4. Psychosocial interventions -- Money management for returning service members and veterans -- Educational and employment opportunities for veterans -- Facilitating recovery from moral and spiritual injuries -- Facilitating growth after trauma : cognitive and interpersonal considerations -- Section 5. Military families -- Unique challenges facing military families -- Parenting issues in military and veteran families -- Helping the child cope with injury to the parent -- Helping military children cope with the death of a parent -- Couple therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder -- Section 6. Clinical practices and administrative issues -- Providing service under TRICARE -- Working with the US Department of Veteran Affairs and other medical personnel -- Telemedicine in delivering care -- Judicious reliance on psychotropic medications -- Ethics guiding psychosocial rehabilitation -- Addressing mental health stigma.