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Help for Moral Injury: Strategies and Interventions, by Cecelia Yocum – A Review

The phenomenon of moral injury is currently being explored seriously in the areas of military service and torture experience, and it has been recognized as a genuine challenge by leaders of the U.S. Armed Forces branches and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

It is also becoming the object of broader serious discussion in areas of human experience relating to sexuality, abortion, child abuse and poverty.

Found in: /weblog/moral-injury-review


Moral Injury

Moral injury is an emerging concept whose deep spiritual reality should be obvious to Quakers. A deep sense of transgression including feelings of shame, grief, meaninglessness, and remorse from having violated core moral beliefs. Rev. Rita Nakashima Brock and Gabriella Lettini…

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