Online Courses and Publications
- National Center for PTSD Military Culture Course
- Center for Deployment Psychology
- University of Southern California
- Citizen Soldier Support Program
- National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine
- Handbook of Military Social Work Edited by Allen Rubin, Eugenia L. Weiss, and Jose E. Coll (PDF Flyer)
- The Costs of Courage: Combat Stress, Warriors, and Family Survival by Josephine Pryce, Col. David Pryce, and Kimberly Shackelford
- Journal of Rural Social Sciences,Vol. 26, N.3 Special Veterans Issues
- The Costs of Courage: Combat Stress, Warriors, and Family Survivors, by: Josephine G. Pryce, MSW, PhD, Colonel David H. Pryce, MA, MSSW, Kimberly K. Shackelford, MSW, PhD.
- The Costs of Courage is a text aimed at teaching social workers and other helping professionals about the warrior culture of the U.S. military, as well as the best practices and eclectic approaches that are used to meet the needs of service members, veterans, and their families.
- A Civilian Counselor’s Primer to Counseling Veterans (2nd Ed.), by: Herbert A. Exum, PhD, Jose E. Coll, PhD, Eugenia L. Weiss, PhD
- A Civilian Counselor’s Primer to Counseling Veterans aims to educate civilian counselors and other health professionals about the U.S. military culture, in order to be able to discern signs of distress and build a therapeutic alliance with service members, veterans, and their families.
- A Civilian’s Guide to the U.S. Military: A Comprehensive Reference to the customs, language, and structure of the Armed Forces, by: Barbara Schading, PhD, Richard Schading, U.S.M.C., Major Virginia Holeman, U.S. Army, RET
- A Civilian’s Guide to the U.S. Military teaches civilians about the unique and specific culture of the U.S. Military.
- The Book on VA Loans, a Complete Guide to Maximizing Your Benefits by Chris Birk, Veterans United Home Loans
- The Book on VA Loans takes Service Members and their families on an insider’s journey into VA loans, from credit scores and interest rates to the unique opportunities and challenges of the program.
- Courage After Fire for Parents of Service Members by Keith Armstrong, LCSW, Paula Domenici, PhD, and Suzanne Best, PhD
Service: When Women Come Marching Home
Women make up 15 percent of today's military. That number is expected to double in 10 years. This film highlights the resourcefulness of seven women who represent the first wave of mothers, daughters and sisters returning home from the frontless wars of Iraq and Afghanistan. Portraying the courage of women veterans as they transition from active duty to their civilian lives, this powerful film describes the traumas they have faced, the inadequate care they often receive on return, and the accomplishments they strive to achieve.