military families

Prioritizing military family mental health

Prioritizing military family mental health

November 12, 2013

HomeFront Strong, a University of Michigan Depression Center program for military spouses that focuses on building resilience and coping skills, will expand its reach into several additional southeast Michigan communities with the support of new funding

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Helping military spouses, partners through deployment stress

Helping military spouses, partners through deployment stress

November 8, 2012

While many military mental health initiatives emphasize the needs and well-being of service members, a unique U-M program is focused on improving the lives of military spouses and partners experiencing the stress of deployment. HomeFront

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Bocknek receives 2012 Ouida Clinical Scholar Award

Bocknek receives 2012 Ouida Clinical Scholar Award

October 17, 2012

Congratulations to Erika London Bocknek, Ph.D., a postdoctoral research fellow in the Women and Infants Mental Health Program in the Department of Psychiatry, who is the 2012 recipient of the Read this story »

Supporting those balancing military and family life

Supporting those balancing military and family life

June 18, 2012

Kate Rosenblum, Ph.D., a clinical developmental psychologist and clinical associate professor in psychiatry, leads the STRoNG Families initiative at U-M, providing support

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