Coronavirus (COVID-19): Response and Updates for Clients, Families, and Referents

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4 Ways Equine Therapy Can Help Veterans with PTSD

One of the biggest challenges facing veterans today is posttraumatic stress disorder. There are many approaches for confronting this condition, but equine therapy for PTSD has proven particularly useful for veterans.

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Top 5 Benefits of Art Therapy for Veterans

Art therapy has a long history of use in the Armed Forces. Research has proven its effectiveness time and again. That’s why it’s integral to offer this therapeutic approach as part of customized treatment plans.

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Art Therapy For Veterans with PTSD

The battles faced by veterans are many, but an increased focus on these issues has resulted in major recent advancements. Art therapy for vets has shown particular promise, so it’s important that treatment centers offer this potentially lifesaving approach.

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How Probation Officers Can Offer Support with Rehabilitation Treatment

Mental health issues are common in ex-offenders. When it comes to getting support for addiction and mental health, probation officers are ideal for promoting a healthy lifestyle and enabling clients to access addiction treatment and other therapies to improve emotional wellbeing.

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The Personal Impact of Working with Criminal Offenders

Individuals in the criminal justice system often deal with addiction and mental health disorders. Unfortunately, working with criminal offenders can also cause trauma and other issues for corrections officers and professionals.

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How Can Mental Health Probation Officers Deal with Emotional Trauma in Corrections

Mental health probation officers work in one of the most stressful environments. Constantly dealing with people who are suffering from mental health issues can take a toll on your mental health without you realizing it. So how do you cope with emotional trauma which seems to come with the job? Here are practical tips.

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Mental Health Treatment for Probation Officers

Being a probation officer is a stressful job. Data shows that stress levels have increased in recent years because of greater violence by offenders on parole and probation. This exposes officers to violence and opens the doors for threats. Combined with excess paperwork and high caseloads, the life of a probation officer isn’t a walk in the park. However, help is available. Addressing the mental health of probation officers creates a trickle-down effect, allowing them to perform better at work while being more present at home.

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Top 5 Benefits of Equine Therapy for Veterans

Equine therapy has become a common approach for helping veterans who live with addiction and mental health issues. Even when used as complementary to other therapies, it’s a powerful tool in achieving normalcy.

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