Targeting Early Interventions for High-Risk Occupations


Dr. Amy B. Adler (Center for Military Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research)

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Much research has been conducted identifying potential mental health problems associated with serving in high-risk occupations like the military. These health concerns range from posttraumatic stress disorder to anger and risk-taking behaviors. In parallel, numerous organizations have examined ways to prevent these negative health consequences through the implementation of universal training programs. To date, these training interventions have largely focused on building resilience skills. While several studies have demonstrated the efficacy of such an approach, the effect of these training programs is relatively modest.

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