Moral injury is a wound of the soul. It occurs when there is a disconnect between a person’s deep moral values and events with which a person has participated, witnessed, or been associated. Often, in the midst of combat, a soldier has limited personal control over these events, but feels completely responsible for them, nonetheless. This book provides methods for helping individuals who deal with this isolating injury come to a healthier understanding and healing of their invisible wounds.
Dr. Cecelia Yocum received her PhD in psychology from Ohio State University in 1978 and has worked in Rwanda, Burundi, and Columbia as part of Friends Peace Teams.
Author: Cecelia Yocum, PhD
Publisher: Quaker House