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130320-N-VY375-091.jpg Photo By: MCSN Pyoung K. Yi

May 19, 2021
130320-N-VY375-091 SAN DIEGO (March 20, 2013) Lt. Larkin E. Magel, assistant program director for Naval Medical Center San Diego's residential post-traumatic stress disorder program, Overcoming Adversity and Stress Injury Support, speaks with a Marine residential patient during a class that helps combat veterans more effectively communicate in their relationships. Magel was recently nominated Navy Junior Psychologist of the Year by the Navy Clinical Psychology Executive Committee for filling a variety of leadership roles in 2012. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Pyoung K. Yi/Released)


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