Approaching Family-Focused Systems of Care for Military and Veteran Families

@inproceedings{Wadsworth2013ApproachingFS,
  title={Approaching Family-Focused Systems of Care for Military and Veteran Families},
  author={Shelley M Macdermid Wadsworth and Patricia Lester and Christina M. Marini and Stephen J. Cozza and Jo Sornborger and Thomas B. Strouse and William R. Beardslee},
  year={2013}
}
Although current research recognizes robust interdependence among family members, it is not yet evident that such principles have fully integrated into existing systems of care for military and veteran families. Such gaps can create disadvantages in delivering effective support, prevention, and treatment, while including families may yield significant advantages. This article highlights theoretical frameworks and empirical evidence that illustrate the relevance of systemic approaches to… CONTINUE READING

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