Considerations for the effects of military deployment on children and families.

@article{Lincoln2011ConsiderationsFT,
  title={Considerations for the effects of military deployment on children and families.},
  author={Alan Jay Lincoln and Kathie Sweeten},
  journal={Social work in health care},
  year={2011},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={
          73-84
        }
}
Children of deployed military personnel represent a unique subculture in the United States. While many children exhibit high levels of resiliency, others will struggle with the impact of a parent who has gone to war. This article looks at some of the stressors of deployment as experienced by children and offers three case examples as well as clinical considerations for those who work with the children and families of the deployed. 

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