Trauma-Informed Care: Addressing Cultural Sensitivity of the Women Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Related to Military Sexual Trauma in the Veterans Administration and Civilian Health Care Systems

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Shemya Vaughn (Editor) – The Sexuality & Disability Institute, Licensed Professional Counselor, Sacramento, CA, USA; Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA, USA
Barbara McEntee (Editor) – Prineville, OR, USA
Leslene della-Madre (Editor) – Sebastopol, CA, USA

Series: Military and Veteran Issues

BISAC: MED105000

This is a book born from the mind of a woman veteran. It is a call to action to Veterans Affairs, the Veterans Health Administration and the civilian health care system to provide trauma-informed care where our US women veterans sometimes go for treatment. Above all, this book gives voice to the millions of women veterans who feel they have no voice when interacting with healthcare systems.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

An Open Letter Dear VA Doctor and VA Mental Health Provider
(Woman MST Survivor)

Chapter 1. An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care
(Shemya Vaughn – The Sexuality & Disability Institute, Licensed Professional Counselor, Sacramento, CA, USA;
Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA, USA)

Chapter 2. Trauma-Informed Care: Addressing the Moral Injury of Women Veterans with Military Sexual Trauma
(Caroline Booth and Paige Dunlap -Department of Counseling, North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC, USA)

Chapter 3. Moral Injury-Based Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Related to Military Sexual Trauma
(Barbara McEntee, Prineville, OR, USA and Shemya Vaughn – The Sexuality & Disability Institute, Licensed Professional Counselor, Sacramento, CA, USA; Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA, USA)

Chapter 4. Women’s Trauma Narratives and Military Sexual Trauma
(Danica Anderson – Olympia, WA, USA)

Chapter 5. Women Veterans with Military Sexual Trauma: Reproductive Health and Intimacy
(Shemya Vaughn – The Sexuality & Disability Institute, Licensed Professional Counselor, Sacramento, CA, USA;
Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA, USA)

Chapter 6. Interpersonal Recovery and Military Sexual Trauma
(D.H. Stapleton and S.V. Bossie – Department of Rehabilitation Studies, Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL, USA)

Chapter 7. The Intricacies of Complex Trauma: A Multidimensional Perspective
(Rachel L. Stephens and Alyssa H. Fry – School of Psychology and Counseling, Regent University, Virginia, USA, et al.)

Chapter 8. Trauma-Informed Care for Women Veterans with Military Sexual Trauma and Substance Use Disorder
(Tiffany Richards, Brenda Magali Escobedo, Dolores Muradyan, Chyrese Medrano, Jeanette Arroyo and Shemya Vaughn – The Sexuality & Disability Institute, Licensed Professional Counselor, Sacramento, CA, USA; Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA, USA)

Chapter 9. Receiving and Responding to Women Veterans with Military Sexual Assault
(Sarah L. Blum – Auburn, WA, USA)

Chapter 10. Military Sexual Trauma: A Survey
(Barbara McEntee, Prineville, OR, USA and Shemya Vaughn – The Sexuality & Disability Institute, Licensed Professional Counselor, Sacramento, CA, USA; Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA, USA)

Chapter 11. Personal Perspective: A Wise Woman Way of Healing
(Leslene della-Madre – Sebastopol, CA, USA)

Case Studies

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