Combat veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder: An argument for family-centered therapy
Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
The psychological effects of combat experience on war veterans has been widely documented, ever since what is now called posttraumatics stress disorder (PTSD) was discovered in soldiers and given names like shell shock, battle fatigue and war neurosis.
Bogel, Cherie and Wilson, Marion, "Combat veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder: An argument for family-centered therapy" (2000). Theses Digitization Project. 1576.