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Spiritual Resiliency in the Military Setting 

Spiritual Resiliency in the Military Setting
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Spiritual Resiliency in the Military Setting
Author(s):

William Sean Lee

and Willie G. Barnes

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199928262.003.0065
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date: 15 November 2019

The military Chaplain offers insight into the spiritual milieu of the military. The function of the military Chaplain as an effective change agent for spiritual resiliency and the taxonomy of spiritual diagnosis with the suggested therapeutic options and tools designed to help individuals integrate spirituality for coping, comfort, and meaning into their lives are reviewed. The role of the military Chaplain for providing a moral compass for the leadership of military organizations is also addressed.

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