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About the Project

Moving Forward: Overcoming Life's Challenges
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About the Project

The Project Team

Moving Forward was built by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Mental Health Services in partnership with the Department of Defense National Center for Telehealth and Technology as part of a coordinated public health initiative to help Veterans and Service Members who are having difficulties.  This free educational and life coaching program is based on a highly effective cognitive behavioral treatment program that has been used successfully with Veterans across the country. 

We gratefully acknowledge our Partner Organizations for their generous contributions to the development of this program:

References

  • Moving Forward: A Problem-Solving Approach to Achieving Life’s Goals, by Arthur M. Nezu, Ph.D. and Christine Maguth Nezu, Ph.D. (A program developed for Veterans in consultation with the Office of Mental Health Services of the Veterans Health Administration; revised 2013).
  • A. M. Nezu, C. M. Nezu, & T. J. D'Zurilla (2013). Problem-Solving Therapy: A Treatment Manual. New York: Springer Publishing Co. 
  • Problem-Solving Style Quiz by A. Nezu and C. Nezu, used with permission. Nezu, A. M., Nezu, C. M., & D’Zurilla, T. J. (2007). Solving life’s problems: A 5-step guide to enhance well-being. New York: Springer Publishing.
  • Perceived Stress Scale-10 by S. Cohen and G. Williamson, used with permission. Cohen, S., & Williamson, G. (1988). Perceived stress in a probability sample of the United States. In S. Spacapan & S. Oskamp (Eds.), The social psychology of health: Claremont Symposium on applied social psychology. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.