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April, 2015

Stress During Separations

Stress During Separations A great deal of emphasis has recently been placed on stress and challenges experienced by families who remain at home during deployments. Indeed, separations due to military exercises, school attendance, or deployment can have substantial negative effects on the psychological and physical well-being of military family members, even more so than other […]

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mental health problems from bullying

mental health problems from bullying  Occupational and family stressors and mental health problems affect active duty military personnel’s overall job performance and productivity, and mental health problems can emerge from military service. Hourani, Williams, and Kress found that the military personnel with high rates of work and family stress had higher rates of mental health […]

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Health Status and Health Behaviors

Health Status and Health Behaviors The physical health of military personnel is a vital component of productivity and readiness that affects work performance and absenteeism in the military. Being free from injury and being in good physical condition have long been recognized as critical to readiness and productivity. The 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans […]

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loss productivity from substance abuse

loss productivity from substance abuse Research in both civilian and military settings shows a clear relationship between substance abuse and productivity loss. Military concerns over substance abuse by military personnel emerged during the 1970s with the recognition of the problem of drug use among troops during the Vietnam War. These concerns intensifi ed following the […]

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Legal Protection for Parents With Mental Disorders

Legal Protection for Parents With Mental Disorders The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) are federal laws that may help to protect persons with disabilities (PWDs) against discrimination in the courts as well as in other areas. The ADA and the ADAAA prohibit discrimination based on disability in employment, housing, and […]

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False Allegations of Mental Illness and Undiagnosed Mental Illness

False Allegations of Mental Illness and Undiagnosed Mental Illness Many people believe the myth that mothers make many false allegations of abuse against fathers. However, studies tend to show that fathers more often make false allegations of abuse against mothers rather than vice versa . Often if a mother claims the child’s father abused her, […]

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Involvement of a Treating Mental Health Professional

Involvement of a Treating Mental Health Professional in a Custody Case If a custody evaluation is performed, the custody evaluator may or may not have the authority to speak with a parent’s treating mental health professional or to obtain that professional’s records regarding the treatment of a patient. The law differs from state to state. […]

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substance abuse treatment interventions

substance abuse treatment interventio Parenting Interventions in Substance Abuse Treatment A woman’s relationship with her children and her identity as a mother play a vital role in her sense of self. Many women view parenting as the central purpose in their lives (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 2000). Improving parenting improves outcomes for […]

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substance use treatment centers and services

substance use treatment centers and services Women face unique obstacles to treatment, encountering barriers at both personal and system levels that keep them from accessing services, including fear of losing custody of their children, guilt, lack of transportation and child care, and unemployment. Treatment that provides comprehensive services and support is associated with increased rates […]

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Substance Abuse and Child Placement

Substance Abuse and Child Placement Many children who are placed outside of their home by the child welfare system come from biological parents who abuse drugs. Additionally, these children are disproportionately likely to stay in substitute care .Increasingly, placement with relatives, also known as relative foster care, kinship care, relative family care, or home-of-relative care, […]

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