A loving relationship can be an oasis in uncertain times, but nurturing it requires attention, honesty, openness, vulnerability, and gratitude.
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Mental health in the military
Carrie H. Kennedy Ph.D., ABPP
Military families move every few years. Learn some pro moving tips to minimize stress from a military psychologist.
A military psychology career is an exciting way to serve the country. An added bonus is that the salary and other benefits are better than most other psychology jobs.
Learn the five ways to enter the military as a psychologist.
Service members and veterans have access to more suicide prevention resources than ever before. Every American should know how to help military members at risk.
Prescribing psychology has slowly expanded and now has the foothold it needs to become a force in mental health care.
Now is a time for courage and to remember that courage does not exist if you are not also anxious and afraid.
A silver lining of the pandemic?
During the pandemic, one critical move will help you regain a sense of control and immediately enhance your psychological well-being.
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Military service for women can be amazing, frustrating, empowering, and sometimes downright bizarre.
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Carrie H. Kennedy, Ph.D., ABPP is a neuropsychologist with a specialization in military psychology and aeromedical psychology. An active duty Captain in the U.S. Navy, she has deployed to Cuba and Afghanistan.