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Combat Trauma: The Spousal Response to PTSD


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Combat Trauma: The Spousal Response to PTSD is about the residual effects of war--a malady that enslaves the warrior and sabotages relationships between warrior, spouse, and family members. Then it takes one more step--it presents ways to survive, to build trust, and a future.

Diana Rahe Taylor is the wife of a decorated infantry officer who served in Vietnam. She is also a chaplain with the International Fellowship of Chaplains, a member of International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, and a student of Pastoral Counseling at Liberty University.

Dr. James D. Johnson retired  from the Army where served as a Chaplain. He holds a masters degree in counseling and a doctorate in Family and Marriage counseling. He served many years as a staff counselor for a large church in Fayetteville, NC. He has authored three other books. 

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Diana Rahe Taylor and James D. Johnson
6" x 9" Paperback
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