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EMBATTLED: Retaliation against Sexual Assault Survivors in the US Military. Human Rights Watch. Copyright © 2015 Human Rights Watch.

Developing a Risk Model to Target High-Risk Preventive Interventions for Sexual Assault Victimization Among
Female U.S. Army Soldiers
. Clinical Psychological Science. 1–18. © The Author(s) 2016

Grounding Judith Herman’s Trauma Theory within Interpersonal Neuroscience and Evidence-Based Practice Modalities for Trauma Treatment. Zaleski, Kristen, Johnson Daniel, K and Klein, Jessica. (2016) , Smith College Studies in Social Work. Link.

 A preliminary examination of the role of psychotherapist fidelity on outcomes of cognitive processing therapy during an RCT for military sexual trauma-related PTSD. Holder, Nicholas, Holliday, Ryan, Williams, Rush, Mullen, Kacy and Suris, Alina. (2017). Cognitive Therapy. Retrieved from:

Pre-employment Year Mental Health Diagnoses and Treatment in Deployed Army Women.  Wooten, Nikki, Adams Rachel Sayko, Mohr, Beth, Jefferery, Diana, Funk Wendy,Williams Thomas and Larson Mary Jo. (2016).Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. Vol 43, (4).

 Rape Myth Acceptance: A Comparison of Military Service Academy and Civilian Fraternity and Sorority Students. Carroll, Majorie, Foubert, John, Rosentein Judith, Clark, Diane and Korenman, Lisa. ( 2016). Military Psychology. Vol 28(4) pp 306-317.

Veterans Bring Valuable Skills to the Workplace Posted on November 10, 2016 by Tyler Wigton

America's Heroes at Work — Veterans Hiring Toolkit Interested in developing or enhancing a Veterans hiring initiative for your company but don't know where to begin. 

Returning Veterans Project: Mission: To provide free health and wellness services to post-9/11 war zone veterans, service members and their families in our Oregon and Southwest Washington 

Army Cuts Hit Officers Hard, Especially Ones Up From Ranks.  Dave Philips NOV. 12, 2014

Risk Model Seen as Reducing Military Suicides. Benedict Carey, Nov. 12, 2014

Warriors at Ease brings the healing power of yoga and meditation to military communities around the world, especially those affected by combat-stress, PTSD, and trauma. We do this by training and deploying certified mind-body professionals to settings where they can enhance the health and well-being of servicemembers, veterans, families, and healthcare staff.

Warriors at Peace: Combat veterans take refuge in yoga, discovering its ability to soothe and repair war-torn minds and spirits, Neal Pollack, Yoga Journal.

Yoga helping veterans with PTSD, Ali Helgoth, Wyoming News, (Jan. 21, 2013).

Transforming trauma: a qualitative feasibility study of integrative restoration (iRest) Stankovic, L (2011). Yoga Nidra on combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder. International Journal of Yoga Therapy.(21): 23 - 37.

 Healing Soldiers Through Meditation: Read the inspiring story of an instructor who helps returning troops find peace, Lisa M. Gerry,, Woman’s Day Magazine (Oct. 2012)