Clinician's Corner Blog

A PHCoE blog series written by leaders, clinicians and experts on current topics of interest for psychological health care providers in the Military Health System.

  • inTransition: Open to All Service Members and Veterans, All the Time December 23, 2020

    inTransition provides free, confidential, one-on-one coaching for service members and veterans who need support in accessing mental health care during a transition such as returning from deployment, transitioning from active duty to reserves, preparing to leave the service, or any other time a service member or veteran wants to engage in mental health treatment.

  • inTransition: Supporting Brigs and Correctional Facilities May 18, 2020

    inTransition has been serving America’s service members and veterans for more than 10 years. It’s a free, voluntary, and confidential program that assists ANY service member or veteran in obtaining psychological health care, usually when they are transitioning between health care systems.

  • inTransition Improves its Success Rate in Connecting Service Members to Sexual Assault-related Counseling April 30, 2020

    Starting in January 2019, the inTransition program began to help connect sexual assault survivors who were seeking mental health support to free and confidential services at local Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Vet Centers for counseling without a referral from Tricare or a military treatment facility.

  • inTransition Teams Up with the Veterans Crisis Line to Support Service Members in Crisis April 9, 2020

    In response to an increased volume of calls to the Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), inTransition is partnering with the VCL to coordinate certain types of care for active duty service members.

  • inTransition: Serving All of America’s Service Members and Veterans October 7, 2019

    You probably know inTransition provides confidential, free, one-on-one coaching for service members who need support accessing mental health care during relocation or when they’re returning from deployment, transitioning from active duty to reserve or reserve to active duty, or preparing to leave military service.


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