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Compiled by Pamela J. Johnson, Ph.D., L.M.S.W.

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  1. Auto injury treatment says:

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  2. Dr. Kathy P. Goggin says:

    Hello to the folks at the Moral Injury Project. I am a clinical psychologist who will be working with a multi-disciplinary team offering therapeutic services to veterans. Our focus will be integrative (mind, body, spirit) and psychotherapeutic, transpersonal and equine therapy interventions are planned. We would like to be able to contact you regarding your work and as a possible resource for ours. Would appreciate any reply, and thank you.

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