Moral injury is defined as the inner conflict individuals experience when their behavior or the behavior of others conflict with their moral beliefs and expectations.
T/F: In a sample of 65 Veterans, distress related to moral injury was not linked to poorer couple relationship functioning.
By: Bri Gordon , Undergraduate Research Assistant, Military REACH
In this piece, Bri connects with Captain (Capt.) Terry Gordon, a retired Navy chaplain with 30+ years of experience serving Service members and their families. He shares insight into the roles and responsibilities of military chaplains, who can access to their services (and how), and discusses common myths and assumptions.
This month, several of our team members (including past team members) attended the National Conference on Family Relations. Attending conferences is an opportunity for networking, for professional development, and to spread the word about Military REACH. This year, we even came home with some awards!