Moral Injury : A Guidebook for Understanding and Engagement

Moral injury has developed in earnest since 2009 within psychology and military studies, especially through work with veterans of the U.S. military’s wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. A major part of this work is the attempt to identify means of healing, recovery, and repair for those morally injured by their experiences in combat (or similar situations). 

 

What this volume does is to provide insight into the identification of moral injury, the development of the notion, attempts to work with those affected, emerging ideas about moral injury, portraits of moral injury in the past and present, and, especially, what creative engagement with moral injury might look like from a variety of perspectives. As such, it will be an important resource for Christian ministers, chaplains, health care workers, and other providers and caregivers who serve afflicted communities.



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Edited by Brad E. Kelle - Contributions by Brad E. Kelle; Joseph Mcdonald; Alanna Coady; Jessica R. Carney; Sheila Frankfurt; Brett T. Litz; Gabriella Lettini; Tyler Boudreau; Zachary Moon; Michael Yandell; Nancy R. Bowen; Joseph M. Currier; Wesley H. Mccormick; Nancy J. Ramsay; Duane H. Larson; Amy C. Cottrill; Warren Carter; Kelly Denton-Borhaug; Brian S. Powers And Joseph Wiinikka-Lydon | 2020
252 pagina's | Lanham : Lexington Books
Keywords: 
Afghan War, Guilt, Iraq War, Military Personnel, Morale, Political Science, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Practice Guideline, Psychotrauma, PTSD (en), Religion, Shame, Veterans