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A recent study found that non-drug therapies given to service members with chronic pain may reduce the risk of long-term adverse outcomes, such as alcohol and drug disorder or suicide attempts.
Talk with VA recruiters about healthcare careers in pain management for Veterans at PAINWeek 2019, the national conference for frontline practitioners.
Explore a Veterans Affairs career in mental health at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Aug. 8-11, in Chicago.
A recent study with a small sample of Veterans trying to recover from mental health issues found that video games can help in overcoming such problems as PTSD and substance abuse disorders.
Recruiters for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are […]
A VA San Diego study confirmed the value of prolonged exposure therapy for Veterans coping with both PTSD and alcohol problems. Some experts have worried exposure therapy could worsen drinking in this population.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) primary care specialists and […]
A career in mental health at the U.S. Department of […]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced in May […]
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Last updated November 28, 2022
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