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Civilian Run Programs: An Alternative to Traditional Mental Health Care for Veterans

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*A version of this article is scheduled to be published in the newsletter The Military Psychologist authored by Drs. Bret Moore and Richard Tedeschi.

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Civilian Run Programs: An Alternative to Traditional Mental Health Care for Veterans


Bret Moore, Psy.D.

Dr. Moore is a board-certified clinical psychologist in San Antonio, TX. His recent book Taking Control of Anxiety: Small Steps for Getting the Best of Worry, Stress, and Fear was developed as a self-help guide for people struggling with anxiety and for therapists to use with their patients.

You can purchase it here: http://apa.org/pubs/books/4441023.aspx

 

APA Reference
Moore, B. (2016). Civilian Run Programs: An Alternative to Traditional Mental Health Care for Veterans. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 14, 2019, from https://pro.psychcentral.com/civilian-run-programs-an-alternative-to-traditional-mental-health-care-for-veterans/

 

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