From Combat to Counseling: Survivors guilt, shame and moral injury

Moral injury is a cluster of symptoms that is linked to but separate from PTSD. There is an emerging effort to distinguish between the two and recognize moral injury as a common and distinct syndrome that requires targeted treatment. The post From Combat to Counseling: Survivors guilt, shame and moral injury appeared first on Counseling Today.
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