Doherty organizes his book by the authors and their respective presentations given at the conference. Subjects and discussions include linking victims to necessary resources for optimal recovery, considerations for affected persons with mobility and functional issues (i.e., the physically and mentally handicapped portion of a population), group therapy, deployments and reintegration into normal life, recovery with regard to ethnic and socioeconomic status, and mental health considerations for Emergency Operations Center personnel. I found the chapter on deployments, titled, "Healing the Wounds of Deployment: The 'Art' of Coming Home" by Sandi J. Lloyd was exceptionally applicable during these modern times of troop deployment and war in foreign countries. Each and every family with a deployment member has been through the growing pains of being left behind, adjusting to a new life routine, and later having to readjust (sometimes with great difficulty) when the deployment is over. Speaking from personal experience, the military does a grossly inadequate job of preparing families for reintegration and finding that 'new' normal. The community service offices and family support groups in each of the military branches would greatly benefit by utilizing and distributing Lloyd's information in their standard family packets/propaganda material.