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Can I see any mental health provider for military sexual trauma?

Yes, you can see any mental health provider with whom you are comfortable, but you should seek someone who is familiar with the military circumstances of your trauma. Remember that survivors are at increased risk of a host of issues such as panic disorders, anxiety and depression, so make sure your provider is trained to address and treat those conditions.

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