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    54. Mental Health After Afghanistan with Maj Levi Cole

    54. Mental Health After Afghanistan with Maj Levi Cole

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    In August 2021, the world watched as Kabul, Afghanistan fell into Taliban control. Among those watching were the 775,000 U.S. service members who were deployed to Afghanistan at least once in their career. For many of those men and women, watching the vents in Afghanistan brought back memories that spurred them to seek mental-health treatment. Dr. Levi Cole is an Air Force clinical psychologist, and in this interview, he discussed the surge in mental-health treatment after the events in Afghanistan in 2021, as well as other phenomena affecting the wellbeing of Airmen. Dr. Cole shares his insight into effective coping, treatment, and relationship strategies both for individuals and the units to which they belong.



    Date Taken: 12.17.2021
    Date Posted: 09.26.2022 10:05
    Category: Newscasts
    Audio ID: 70646
    Filename: 2209/DOD_109238007.mp3
    Length: 00:38:11
    Artist Maj Levi Cole
    Album AFJAGS Podcast
    Year 2021
    Genre Podcast
    Location: US

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