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Dr. Mark C. Pisano Discusses Military Families

Training Video  on  service to Military Families.  This two part video (Part 1 is 15 min and Part 2 is 12 minutes) took place is 2011 with Emmy Award winning ABC news anchor John Donvan.

Part 1


Part 2


  1. Military Families and the Reintegration Process
  2. 45 minute podcast recorded in Boston, Mass at the National School Psychology convention in 2009.

    Participants:

    Dr. Mark C. Pisano, school psychologist Ft. Bragg Schools, Psychological Associate, chair of Military Families NASP Interest Group

    Dr. Sharon Cooper, retired Col. In the US Army and chief of developmental pediatrics at Womack Army Community Hospital at Ft. Bragg, NC.

    Dr. Mark Swerdlik, professor of psychology at Illinois State University and licensed clinical psychologist.

    This podcast reviews the impact of deployment on military families and the challenges faced with returning soldiers integrating back into their families and society. Emphasis focuses on the impact on children and how to help children manage their confusing/stress/emotions. Dr. Cooper provides keen insight as a retired officer describing the soldier's perspective of the reintegration as well as a medical perspective with the reactions she has observed from her patients. Dr. Pisano has worked with military families for 27 years at the time of the recording and shares observations from working the children in the schools and their families. Dr. Swerdlik was instrumental in the development of the Illinois Guard and Reserve reintegration program designed to make the reintegration process as smooth as possible for those returning soldiers.

    NASP Dialogues: Military Families and the Reintegration Process

    Dan Florell:  Welcome to NASP Dialogues, the Dialogues podcast focused on events and issues in school psychology. Today we're discussing the reintegration process and the impact on families in the community.

    I'm going to turn it over now to Mark Pisano.


  3. Military Families and the Deployment Cycle
  4. 45 minute podcast recorded in Boston, Mass at the National School Psychology convention in 2009.

    Participants:

    Dr. Mark C. Pisano, school psychologist Ft. Bragg Schools, Psychological Associate, chair of Military Families NASP Interest Group

    Dr. Sharon Cooper, retired Col. In the US Army and chief of developmental pediatrics at Womack Army Community Hospital at Ft. Bragg, NC.

    Dr. Mark Swerdlik, professor of psychology at Illinois State University and licensed clinical psychologist.

    This podcast explains the various stages of the deployment cycle and the impact on the military family. Each phase of the deployment cycle is discussed in detail with suggestions on what families can do to help manage their fears/stress. Emphasis is placed on the military child and what the child typically experiences (emotionally) throughout the deployment stages. Dr. Cooper provides keen insight as a retired officer describing the soldier's perspective of the reintegration as well as a medical perspective with the reactions she has observed from her patients. Dr. Pisano has worked with military families for 27 years at the time of the recording and shares observations from working the children in the schools and their families. Dr. Swerdlik has worked with military families through the Guard and Reserve branches and provides his observations and suggestions.


  5. Group Counseling in the Schools
  6. 45 minute podcast recorded in Chicago, Illinois at the National Association of School Psychology Convention in 2010

    Participants:

    Dr. Pisano was the moderator

    • Julie Herbstrith, professor at Western Illinois University
    • Renee Tobin, associate professor at Illinois State University

    This podcast describes how to coordinate a successful group counseling program focusing on why to conduct groups, how to choose participants, appropriate setting, permission forms, expectations and duration.


  7. A Mother’s Perspective
  8. (This) 45 minute podcast includes Dr. Pisano interviewing (Lena Rogers) regarding the pressures and stress a military family experiences during the deployment cycle.

    Participants:

    This podcast was recorded at the NASP Convention in Philadelphia, PA in 2011 with Mrs. Lena Rogers who is a military spouse from Ft. Bragg, NC.

 

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