Military Psychology Clinical Resources for Providers and Researchers
- Division 19: Society for Military Psychology
- Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
- DCoE Monthly webinars.
- Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)
- DoD traumatic brain injury statistics
- DVBIC Webinars
- Deployment Health Clinical Centers (DHCC)
- DHCC TBI Page.
- Veterans Affairs (VA) Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Centers (MIRECC) and Centers of Excellence (CoE).
- MIRECC resources and educational products for clinicians and researchers.
- APA Resources for Military Families. APA’s list of resources for assisting Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (last updated: May 2010)
- DoD/VA Clinical Practice Guidelines.
- National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).This website is an excellent resource for finding evidence-based interventions for a variety of clinical conditions.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Great resource for data, online training, and mental health interventions. SAMHSA resources for clinicians and researchers working with military families
- National Center for Telehealth & Technology. Mobile apps and resources for clinicians and researchers affiliated with the military.
- Afterdeployment.org. Excellent website with comprehensive wellness resources for the military community and providers.
PTSD Education and Clinical Skill Development Resources
- National Center for PTSD
- Newsletters and research updates for students and providers. The National Center for PTSD can keep you informed with the latest information and new products on trauma and PTSD.
- The PILOTS Database, an electronic index to traumatic stress literature
- PTSD resources for researchers and clinicians. Assessments, online courses, handouts, videos, toolkits, manuals, mobile apps, and more.
- Links to resources and other organizations that focus on trauma and PTSD research.
- Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders in DSM-5 A webinar highlighting the changes in the DSM-5 as it relates to trauma-related disorder.
Military Suicide Prevention Resources
- Military Suicide Research Consortium. Resources for identifying risk and implementing evidence-based suicide prevention and treatment strategies.
- DoD Suicide Event Report. (CAC card required). Summaries of data on this website are available at http://www.t2.health.mil/programs/dodser
Online Military Psychology Training Resources
- Center for Deployment Psychology
- CDP: Online courses main page. Offers free courses on Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure (PE), military cultural competence, and more. Also offers specialized training for a fee.
- Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center webinars on wide-ranging topics relevant to providers working with military populations of all service branches.
- US Army Public Health Command Health Promotion Resources. Behavioral health webinars, program evaluation and implementation resources, and more.
- Military Families Podcast Series and Webinars A series of 20 short pod casts called the “Essentials for Those Who Care for Military Children and Families.” In addition, a Master Speaker webinar series on topics which include Community Provider collaboration and support to Military Service Member Families, U.S. Army Culture, and the Combat Operational Stress Model. (Log-in required.)
- Citizen Soldier Support Program (CSSP). Free online courses for providers working with veterans. Topics include primary care, mild TBI, women veterans, military families, and employee assistance in the civilian workforce.
- Serving Our Veterans Behavioral Health Certificate. A program specifically designed to train civilian behavioral health and primary care providers on military orientation and specific issues affecting veterans and their families. It offers 15 self-directed, self-paced online courses for a fee.
Understanding Military Culture
- Institute for Veterans and Military Families.
- National Center for Veterans Studies.
- Moving Forward is a free, on-line educational and life coaching program that teaches Problem Solving skills. It is designed to be especially helpful for Veterans, Military Service Members and their families.
- National Resource Directory.
- InTransition. Resources for service members transitioning out of the military.
- Human Performance Resource Center (HPRC). A resource for “total force fitness,” including nutrition, physical fitness, mind tactics, etc.
- US Army’s Ready and Resilient Campaign. Resources for behavioral readiness, personnel readiness, and transition resources.
- US Army Behavioral Health
- The official website of the Military Health System
- Give an Hour Connected Free online training for students on various topics including military culture, mental health, military families and children and deployment and reintegration.