Wyatt R. Evans, PhD, ABPP
Board Certified in Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology
Moral Injury and Moral Healing in Prolonged Exposure for Combat-related PTSD: A Case Study
Life Satisfaction among Veterans: Unique Associations with Morally Injurious Events and Posttraumatic Growth
Morally Injurious Events and Psychological Distress among Veterans: Examining the Mediating Role of Religious and Spiritual Struggles
Military culture considerations in Prolonged Exposure therapy with active duty military service members.
A Functional Approach to Understanding and Treating Military-related Moral Injury
Unit Acceptance and Psychological Distress among LGB Military Service Members: Preliminary Findings from a National Survey
Military Service Members’ Satisfaction with Outness: Implications for Mental Health
Moral Injury and Moral Healing in Military Veterans (2021, January)
Engaging ACT Processes to Enhance Performance and Optimize Readiness in Military Personnel (2020, July).
Military Behavioral Health and Pastoral Care Providers’ Attitudes and Approaches to Moral Injury and Moral Healing (2019, November).
Combating Avoidance: Military Culture and Intensive Treatment for PTSD (2019, August).
Using Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy to Treat Moral Injury-based PTSD (2018, November)
Operation Impact: Preliminary and Qualitative Outcomes of a Posttraumatic Growth Weekend Retreat for Veterans (2018, November)
Meeting the Needs of Trauma Survivors: Targeting Evidence-based Treatments to Distinctive Trauma Types (2018, November)