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.

  • Top 10 Things to Know About PHCoE’s Psychological Health Resource Center November 26, 2018

    You may have heard about the Psychological Health Resource Center, but do you know who it serves and what kind of information it provides? Read these 10 facts to learn more:

    The Psychological Health Resource Center is available to service members, veterans, family members, clinicians and military commands.

    The center exists to educate and link service members, veterans and their families to resources, and provide a resource for the entire military community.

  • A Broader Perspective of Health: Total Force Fitness and Treating Depression October 22, 2018

    In a 2010 special issue of Military Medicine, then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Michael Mullen discussed Total Force Fitness (TFF) as a means to expand the way DoD approaches readiness. In the past, DoD focused mostly on physical readiness and medical standards for deployment, such as whether a service member could pass a physical fitness test.

  • Learn What Service Members Can Expect from inTransition Cold Calls July 16, 2018

    InTransition is a free, voluntary program that assists military members in finding a new mental health provider any time they need one and provides a warm hand-off during times of transition (discharge, retirement, deployment, return from deployment, permanent change of station, etc.).

  • Top 10 Things to Know About inTransition May 14, 2018

    You’ve likely heard of inTransition, the program that will help service members and veterans find mental health providers, but you may have questions about who’s eligible, when someone can join, and what services are provided. Read these fast facts to learn more. 

  • inTransition: Learn How To Enroll Service Members into the Program January 22, 2018

    InTransition is a free, voluntary program for service members and veterans with psychological health concerns. The program bridges the gap between health care systems and providers through 24/7 telephone support from trained coaches (read more in our last blog). Transferring patients to a new provider or health care system can be easy — with help.

    Eligibility Guidelines

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The views expressed in Clinician's Corner blogs are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Psychological Health Center of Excellence or Department of Defense.