Essay on Women Dealing with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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This article is based on a study comparing the ethnic differences in Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), among the women’s population of non-Hispanic Whites, African American, and Hispanic. The population of Hispanics and African American female’s veterans, in terms of gender, experience a higher symptom of PTSD than male veterans. The study is aimed at providing analysis demographic characteristics, diagnostic validity, and the normative sampling, among the three ethnic populations of women who experienced treatment for PTSD compared to servicemen veterans.
Harrison, J. P., Satterwhite, L. F., & Ruday, J. (2010). The Financial Impact of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder on Returning US Military Personnel. Journal of Health Care Finance,
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The majority of the participants, were Caucasian, male, disabled veterans, and severity scores from military personnel who served in Korean, Vietnam, and Gulf war. This article focuses on the future researchers aiming on the conflicts in Afghanistan, and Iraq, and improving therapy techniques, and social functioning impacting veterans of PTSD.
Savitsky, L. (2009). Civilian Social Work: Serving the Military and Veteran Populations. Social Work, 54(4), 327-339. This article reveals some of the challenges civilian social workers faces while offering interventions for veterans that served in the military, and their families. Social workers specialized in treating service members who experience psychological issues such as PTSD. Also, social workers are well-educated to help victims of domestic violence, substance abuse, and the deployment of both male and females. Many military veterans need social support because of family issues, unemployment, and lack of medical care. The Veteran Administration estimated over 400,000, a year is reported homeless from the veteran population. Social workers works with this population of veterans who served in military, in providing the financial benefit and addressing the intervention needs for their families.
Tsai, J., Harpaz-Rotem, I., Pietrzak, R. H., & Southwick, S. M. (2012). The Role of Coping, Resilience, and Social Support in Mediating the Relation Between PTSD and Social Functioning in Veterans Returning from
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