Larry Applewhite, Ph.D., LCSW,
Office: AMEDD Center & School
Ph.D, The Catholic University of America
MSW from The University of Texas
Bachelor of Social Work degree from The University of Maryland
Dr. Larry Applewhite served 24 years in the Army as a Social Work Officer with a wide-range of clinical, administrative, and teaching experience. His most recent military experience was providing direct clinical services to Soldiers while deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom from October 2006 – January 2008. Additionally, Dr. Applewhite has served as an adjunct lecturer at the Worden School of Social Work, Our Lady of the Lake University. He has written several articles and co-authored book chapters on issues related to social work practice in the military.
Arincorayan, D., Applewhite, L. & Robichaux, R. (2010). Family Advocacy: A Program to Support an Expeditionary Army. The Army Medical Department Journal. Jul/Sep, 37-42.
Applewhite, L. & Arincorayan, D. (2009). Provider Resilience: The Challange for Behavioral Health Providers Assigned to Brigade Combat Teams. The Army Medical Department Journal. Apr/Jun, 24-30.
Applewehite, L. & Zierhoffer, D. (1999). Tattoos: Attitudes and beliefs among enlisted medical personnel. US Army Medical Department Journal, Apr/Jun, 7-13.