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The Takeaways from The High Conflict Couple

The Takeaways from The High Conflict Couple

This blog serves as an overview of the book "The High Conflict Couple," and how the concepts apply to military populations.

I frequently read through the reconciled data from our workshop evaluations in order to make programmatic decisions. Given the mass of requests for Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) training & our upcoming training on Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy with Veterans & Their Partners, I felt inspired to read The High Conflict Couple, by Dr. Alan Fruzzetti. This book is a practical guide for couples to implement DBT skills into their relationship. Through reading this book, I noticed a frequently occurring theme that particularly applies to the veteran community. The theme being that it

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Promising Practices

10. Annual Student-Veteran Focus Groups

10. Annual Student-Veteran Focus Groups

Identify the needs of student veterans by conducting annual focus groups.

Promising Practice

Each campus is different in terms of student populations and their needs. Some campuses have higher numbers of veterans and military family members attending and some only have a few. What works on one campus may not work on another; there is no cookie cutter mold. Therefore it is highly recommended that institutions take the time each year to sit down with their student veterans and listen to their needs. This can be done through formal, or informal, focus groups. By giving the students a chance to express their needs the institution is gaining a more informed perspective

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RAQ

View past installments of the RAQ, VTSC's quarterly publication.

RAQ

"VTSC has a masterful way of engaging people and providing appropriate information in a short period of time. It is clear that members of our network are now inspired to be more intentional as they work with our veterans."

-Renee Taylor