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  • Bill Nash never disappoints when it comes to discussions of war trauma, its sequelae and why manualized treatments are mostly insufficient to the task at hand of military mental health clinicians. Recently, I met a patient of his from 20 years before who was readying to retire from her active duty career. Even twenty years ago, then Lieutenant Commander Nash's understanding of moral injury informed his practice, permitted an attunement to the patient, and allowed that particular patient to make meaning of what had happened and integrate this meaning into her life paradigm. He left an impression with her. As scholar practitioners, the more attention we devote to applying principles of moral injury in our trauma-informed practice the better off those we serve will be.

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