Co-parenting with a Wounded Warrior

Going through any transitions is always a challenging time for a family. An injury to a family member can be particularly difficult because it causes a shift in the dynamic of the household.

Dr. Monica Escamilla, Family Psychologist at Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center in San Antonio, Texas, discusses different aspects of co-parenting with a wounded warrior and the challenges that parents may face. She answers questions like:

  • How it can impact the children in the home?
  • What can make it worse?
  • What can these parents do to help?
  • How to find hope and healing?

  • One in Five Minds is our prevention and education program at Clarity Child Guidance Center. We provide information and resources to parents, professionals, and the community so families no longer struggle with children’s mental illness alone.

The opinions, representations and statements made within this guest article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of One in Five Minds or Clarity Child Guidance Center. Any copyright remains with the author and any liability with regard to infringement of intellectual property rights remain with them. One in Five Minds and Clarity Child Guidance Center accepts no liability for any errors, omissions or representations.

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